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Skip to content Skip to search Skip to footer Division of Student Affairs Parents & Families Open Menu Back Close Menu Search for: Search Close Search Your StudentYour Student Prospective Student First-Year International Transfer EventsEvents Parent & Family Weekend Parent & Family Orientation Visiting Campus ResourcesResources University Resources Campus Contacts CommunicationsCommunications Messages from the University Family Webinar Series Family Ties Class of 2028 Communications Engage Contact Us Open Search International An international student is considered to be an individual who is enrolled full-time in a degree or nondegree program at a U.S. university or college and holds a temporary nonimmigrant visa.  Please be aware that U.S. immigration law is complex and that the information presented here should only be used as a source of general information.  Prospective Students We are pleased that your student is considering study at Washington University in St. Louis. WashU provides distinctive, well-tailored academic programs to suit your needs and passions. Here, they will find a welcoming and diverse community. We welcome you to learn more about the admissions process. New & Incoming Students  Welcome to Washington University in St. Louis and to the United States. Students are an important part of the WashU community, and we are proud of the diversity that they help us to create. We know that many new international students have a number of unique needs before their arrival to St. Louis. We are here to make your student’s transition a smooth one as they arrive in the U.S. and will be here to help ensure them maintain their student visa status.  Current Students  Regardless of how long your student has been studying at WashU, we have resources available to assist them. Whether you need information on maintaining their status, employment & training, requesting a letter, travel or more, we have them covered. If you need additional information, you are always welcome to come speak with an international advisor during walk-in advising.  Orientation Programs  Orientation programs at WashU provide information and experiences that will help to ease your transition and gives students the opportunity to meet others in the WashU community and make friends before classes have even started.  Fall Programs  Undergraduate Fall Orientation  All international undergraduate students are expected to arrive on campus early for international undergraduate orientation. The OISS will hold two programs for international undergraduate students: First-year International (FYI) Orientation and Transfer & Exchange Welcome.  International Parent Orientation  Parents of international undergraduate students can attend International Parent Orientation and Parent & Family Orientation: Fall Welcome. Note that first-year International arrive to campus earlier than domestic students. Parents will have time for shopping, banking, and handling other logistics with their students.  Spring Programs  Undergraduate Spring Orientation  Student Transitions & Family Programs hosts Winter Welcome specifically for incoming undergraduate exchange students.  Your Student Prospective Student First-Year Transfer International Parent & Family Resources Bear Essentials for Families 2024 Parent & Family Habif Health & Well-being Guide 2024 Division of Student AffairsWashington University in St. LouisOne Brookings DriveSt. Louis, MO 63130Department Contacts Facebook Flickr Instagram Twitter YouTube Resources New Students Website WashU Students Website Student Affairs Website Health & Safety Emergency Alerts and Preparation Habif Health & Wellness Center Health Insurance Washington University Police Department (WUPD) ©2024 Washington University in St. Louis

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