Objective: This study examined the health literacy of international college students from Colombia visiting the United States. Participants: Thirty (30) students from a Colombian university completed the survey in October 2017. Methods: This pilot study surveyed international college students using the eHEALS and Newest Vital Signs (NVS) health literacy tools to determine the health literacy of this group. Although these students spoke English, a translator was provided. Results: The results show 63% of participants agreed they were confident with filling out health forms alone. In terms of finding helpful health resources on the Internet, 87% of participants felt they knew how to find health information, while 80% felt they knew where to find the resources. Conclusion: There was no association between the health literacy and the confidence of completing forms alone or the perception of using the Internet to answer health questions and knowing where to find helpful resources on the Internet.