The Center for Intercultural Engagement (CIE) facilitates international orientation, community building, and student programming. Workshops and counseling on culture shock and healthy transitions are also provided. The CIE is a critical part of linking international students to each other and the larger campus. Whether performing in Chapel, hosting a dinner, putting on a dance, watching an international film or just hanging out, the CIE creates space for International Students to find themselves, be comfortable, and share their experiences and culture.
An international student is a citizen of another country, a U.S. citizen who has lived in another country, or a U.S. permanent resident.
Learn more about the admission process.
Maintaining Your Status
(Required of all International Students including undergraduates, graduate programs, and adult studies.)
- Update your international student documents (I-20 and Passport) every semester.
- Check in with Scott Cagnet
- Do not let your immigration documents expire
- Comply with all international student class registration requirements:
- Register for a full course of study
- Comply with international student work requirements:
- Do not work without authorization
- Do not work more than 20 hours a week total on campus during the academic year
- Update Scott Cagnet within 10 days of any change to your phone number or address.
- Notify Scott Cagnet of changes to major, level of study, funding or if you are planning to transfer to another Institution.
- Maintain an open line of communication with the CIE. Check your AU email.
- Insurance is required by all International Students.
- Obtain a travel signature prior to international travel. This travel signature stays valid for one year. Contact Scott Cagnet or Brian ‘B’ Martin for the signature.
View the Study in the States web page. It has information on how to stay in status plus much more.