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F-1 is the most commonly used visa by students who come to the United States to pursue full-time graduate or undergraduate study. If you are an F-1 student, learn more about applying for a visa, staying in status, program extensions, work authorization, enrollment requirements and F-2 dependents.
If you are a J-1 student, learn more about J-1 visa requirements, health insurance requirements, the two-year home country requirement, work authorization and more.
Outbound exchange is operated through agreements with over 25 partner institutions in countries around the world. Students pay tuition here, and fees at the partner university. Semester and yearlong programs are available to all students. Have the experience of a lifetime studying abroad.
The Office of International Students and Scholars offers a variety of financial awards and scholarships to international students, ranging from $300 to $500 per year. Learn more about these awards and other scholarship programs available to international students.