International Services

International Services

International Services values and honors its university commitment to transforming the lives of all students through personal success and global understanding.

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Events and Workshops

International Services offers programs throughout the academic year to ensure student development of visa and status maintenance, cross cultural competencies, professional development abilities, involvement and adjustment, support opportunities and employment opportunities and requirements.

Upcoming Events

International Services is deeply committed to supporting the status needs of our international student and scholar community. University Designated School Officials (DSO) and Responsible Officers (RO), located in this office, are available to provide nonimmigrant guidance and advice as indicated by the governing regulations for students and schools. The office also supports cultural and social programs and exchange, and collaborates across the campus to help ensure student access to services.

Important Disclaimer: The maintenance of legal status for an international student is the responsibility of the individual student. The office of International Services is responsible for monitoring and reporting required updates and/or status violations as part of institutional compliance with governmental immigration regulations. The individual student is required to follow all rules and regulations governing status. International Services is available to provide nonimmigrant guidance and support necessary for international students and scholars to achieve their educational goals.

  • Requesting University Certificate of Eligibility, Form I-20 or DS-2019 Advisement
  • Acquiring F or J status Advisement to Students and Scholars
  • Student and Scholar Status Maintenance Advisement
  • Full Course of Study Requirements and Exemption Advisement and Authorization
  • Student and Scholar Personal or Program Change Advisement
  • Resolving Status Problems or Issues Advisement
  • On and Off Campus Employment Advisement
  • Travel and Re-entry Advisement
  • Curricular Practical Training Advisement and Authorization
  • Optional Practical Training Advisement
  • Grace Period and Duration of Status Regulatory Advisement
  • Program Extension Advisement Services
  • Dependent Regulatory Advisement for Families
  • School Transfer Advisement and Assistance
  • Academic Dismissal Guidance
  • Social Security Application Process Advisement
  • Department of Motor Vehicles (DMV) Advisement
Qualified personnel in International Services are available to provide regulatory and status advisement to students and scholarsThrough the use of the International Services Portal, an integrated electronic interface available to students and scholars through eCampus, all office applications and essential services can be requested directly by the student and guidance will be provided by the Designated School Official (DSO) or Responsible Officer (RO).
Students, Scholars and Academic Advisors can obtain assistance from International Services through one of the following methods:

Office hours are available by appointment only and provide opportunity for international students and scholars to meet with one of the university designated school officials and gain regulatory guidance.

  • Monday: 3:00 p.m. – 4:00 p.m.
  • Tuesday: 9:00 a.m. – 10:00 a.m.
  • Wednesday: 10:00 a.m. – 11:00 a.m
  • Thursday: 12:00 p.m. – 1:00 p.m.

Important Disclaimer: The maintenance of legal status for an international student is the responsibility of the individual student. The office of International Services is responsible for monitoring and reporting required updates and/or status violations as part of institutional compliance with governmental immigration regulations. The individual student is required to follow all rules and regulations governing status. International Services is available to provide nonimmigrant guidance and support necessary for international students and scholars to achieve their educational goals.

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