International and Off- Campus Programs
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Located at:742 Snelling Ave N,Saint Paul, MN 55104
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All international students, undergraduate and graduate, MUST attend the international student orientation program to receive specific information for maintaining immigration status, insurance, employment options, and more. You are also required to attend any additional mandatory orientation events for your academic program.
If you are a newly admitted international students, please read our Fall 2013 International Student Orientation schedule!
International Student Orientation Dates
Undergraduate & Graduate Students (not Law Students): Orientation begins on Wednesday, August 28, 2013 in International & Off-Campus Programs Office located at 742 Snelling Avenue North near SuperAmerica gas station. Orientation will continue each day until the end of Friday, August 30, 2013. A more detailed schedule will be posted soon. Please check back in the future.
Law students: Law students will have a pre-emptive international student orientation with IOCP staff as a session of Law School Orientation. As the Law school starts classes earlier than other students at Hamline it is not mandatory to attend the regular international orientation session. However, all new international law students are invited to attend additional orientation sessions with all new international students when class schedules do not overlap with orientation sessions.
Note: Orientation is required for F-1/J-1 visa holders only (this includes new transfer students). If you are new to the United States and do not hold F-1 status but would like to attend orientation to meet other international students and obtain information that may be useful to you, you are welcome to attend. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org in advance to let us know you will be coming.
Bring all immigration documents (passport, US visa, I-94, and I-20/DS-2019) and be prepared to provide your local contact information (address, phone number, etc.) on the first day of orientation. This is required in order to register your SEVIS immigration record with the Department of Homeland Security.
You are also required to attend any additional mandatory orientation events for your program. Please see the list below for more information about required orientation events.
First-year, transfer, & exchange undergraduate students:
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