Christian Fellowship School is authorized by the U.S. Immigration and Naturalization Service, a division of the Department of Homeland Security, to issue I-20 forms. Upon acceptance for admission and issuance of an I-20 Form, international students may apply for an F-1 visa, which allows them to attend CFS and participate in our educational program. International students may either live with their own family, a family friend or relative in the Columbia area, or a host family may be identified through the help of the school administration. Since all instruction is in English, students must be able to demonstrate a level of English ability sufficient to reasonably ensure success in a rigorous academic program.
The SEVIS ID for Christian Fellowship School is: KAN214F10391000
For more information about attending CFS as an international student, please see our International Student Application Information Sheet. For general information about studying in the United States as an international student, please see Study in the States.