The Center for International Education provides support for degree-seeking students, exchange students, dual-degree program participants, English-language learners, and visiting professors and scholars.
Orientation and Arrival
- Paying your deposit with PeerTransfer
- Paying your deposit with a credit card
- Orientation Information
- Fall 2014 Arrival Booklet
- Academic Advising
All international students will be assigned a faculty advisor in the department of their major. Initial academic advising is offered through the Academic Advising Office and questions regarding course information or registration issues prior to arrival on campus can be directed to Jasmine Case in Academic Advising at firstname.lastname@example.org
Fall 2014 Orientation Schedule:
ALL STUDENTS MUST ATTEND ALL OF ORIENTATION!
|August 22||Arrival (if you are participating in the Host Friend Program)
|August 22-25||Host Friend Program
* Students stay with a local host friend.
*Attendance is required for the entire week.
|August 25||Residence Halls open at 8 a.m.
* Hosts will help students move into the residence halls.
|September 2||Classes Begin|
The Center for International Education has International Student Advisers on staff to answer any questions about immigration. You may need to make an appointment with an adviser to complete any paperwork necessary.
The Center for International Education offers cultural programming that students, staff, alumni, and community members can enjoy.
- Peer Guide
Current domestic and international students can meet new international students by becoming a Peer Guide at new student orientation. Peer Guides assist new international students adjust to life at UW - Eau Claire.
- International Student's Association
Any student can join the International Student's Association; one of the many intercultural clubs offered at UW-Eau Claire.
- Host Friend Program
The Host Friend Program offers a great opportunity for community members and international students to interact. After the short two to three day homestay with a new host student, host friends serve as a contact and a friend in the community to the student.
- International Folk Fair
The annual International Folk Fair celebrates culture! All are welcome to this free event.
International students may enjoy coming to speak at your event or in your classroom? Send an email to: email@example.com with information about your needs. We will post it in our weekly newsletter to the international students to see if anyone is interested.