All new international students must attend orientation on the following days:

Mandatory Fall 2018 Orientation Sessions for Graduate Students*

OIP Orientation Sessions

Dates: Tuesday – Thursday, August 14-16
Time: To Be Announced (TBA)
Location: TBA

Graduate School Orientation Sessions (MBA students, see below for your orientation details)

Date: Wednesday, August 15th & Monday, August 20th
Time: TBA
Location: TBA

Mandatory Fall 2018 Orientation Sessions for Undergraduate Students*

OIP Orientation Sessions

Dates: Tuesday – Thursday, August 14-16
Time: TBA
Location: TBA

Freshman FOCUS

Freshmen starting classes in August 2018 (Fall semester) must attend a Fall 2018 FOCUS session.  Most new international students will attend the FOCUS session on August 17th.  See this page for details.

*There is a $50 orientation fee that will be charged to all new students, whether they attend or not.

 

MBA Orientation

  • The next MBA term available to new international students will start in August 2018.  Please contact your academic advisor for details on MBA-specific orientation.  You must also attend the Office of International Program’s new international student orientation sessions.

 

ATTENTION all international students in F-1 and J-1 visa status

When you report to the Office of International Programs (OIP), please bring the following document:

  • Passport

Please prepare the following documents to upload through iValpo

  • U.S. Address (for those living on campus, we need both your dorm room number and dorm street address)
  • SEVIS I-20 Form (F-1) or DS-2019 Form (J-1); don’t forget to sign it yourself!
  • I-94 form, available for printout here: Print I-94.
  • Change of Status approval notice (if applicable)

Dependent documents – you will need to also provide all the above documents for your dependents (child or spouse) if they hold F-2 or J-2 visa status.

If you do not submit the above documents, the Office of International Programs (OIP) will be unable to register your immigration record in SEVIS, and you will be in danger of falling out of legal immigration status.

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