The Office of International Programs is dedicated to serving the special needs of international students and helping to create a supportive environment in which to live and study.
1. Pay your SEVIS fee for your visa interview
1a. Tips for a successful visa interview
2. Health form and Health Insurance
3. Housing and deposit requirements
4. Arrival and Traveling information
4a. Important Port of Entry and I-94 requirements
5. Mandatory International Orientation
1. Living in the US
3. Helpful Links
Attention International StudentsVisa Options after Graduation (H1 B visa and more)
Thursday, April 25th
If you are interested in finding out your visa options after graduation and after OPT, please attend the featured workshop (Thursday, April 25th). This workshop will only be held once for Spring. All are welcome.
Time: 11 a.m.
Place: Harre Union Shield Room (Room LL60) (Lower Level in the Union)
Speaker: Ms. Dana Rifai, Attorney at Law
Burke Costanza & Carberry
Employment is a "benefit" for F-1 students, which means students must be in legal status to be eligible to apply.