Attendance at Orientation is Required
Students who must unavoidably arrive late will be required to attend late orientation sessions which may result in a delay before they will be eligible to register.
What to Bring to Orientation Check-in
- Your passport
- Your I-20 (for F-1 students) or DS-2019 (for J-1 students) and all forms from prior institutions
- Form I-94 (the small white card you completed when you entered the United States)
- Any other immigration documents received for dependents in F-2 or J-2 status.
English Proficiency Evaluation
If you are required to sit for an English Proficiency Evaluation, one will be scheduled for you. The $30 fee for the test will be added to your first University bill.
All graduate international students who are required to go through international student orientation are charged a fee of $250. Undergraduate students should review orientation fee information here. All international students attending on an F-1 or J-1 visa will also be charged the International Student Fee, which is currently $70 each fall or spring semester and $35 if enrolled in the summer session. Orientation and the International Student fees may not appear until the second U-Bill. Please note that the International Student Fee is not refundable if a student is enrolled as of the first day of the semester, even if the student later withdraws registration.
Questions About Orientation
Questions on orientation should be addressed to International Student and Scholar Services, telephone +1-319-335-0335 or email email@example.com.