Post-Completion OPT & STEM OPT Reporting Requirement
Appointments & Walk-ins
Appointments are reserved for specific times with your dedicated IS Advisor to discuss complex situations (i.e., review OPT applications, changing status, extensions, reduced courseload, etc.).
Walk-ins are first-come-first-served 10-15 minute consultations on brief student issues with the IS Advisor on duty (i.e. travel signatures, on-campus SSN forms). Scholars may use this time to request travel signatures. OPT applications are not reviewed during walk-ins.
CPT, OPT, and AT: Application materials must be submitted by email to your program's dedicated IS Advisor. OGS does not accept paper copies during appointments and walk-ins.
Spring 2018 Walk-Ins
Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, and Friday, 1-3 p.m.
2018 Graduate Student Awards
Congratulations to the following international recipients and nominees honored Friday, April 6, 2018, for their service and excellence at Georgetown.
Alexandra Martin Alvarez , Ph.D. Spanish, Graduate Teaching Award
Zezhou Cai, Master’s Public Policy, Exceptional Master's Student Award
Arman Cohan, Ph.D. Computer Science, Exceptional Ph.D. Student Awards
Khalid Garman, Ph.D. Pharmacology, Three Minute Thesis Award (3MT)
Ahmed Khattab, Ph.D. Government, Teaching Assistant Award
Jorge Mendez Seijas, Ph.D. Spanish, Graduate Global Citizen Award
Queenie Sukhadia, Master’s English, Exceptional Master's Award
Nominees: Anthony Kwabena Akuamoah-Boateng, Bader Mousa Al-Saif, Anas Belouali, Zachary Cohen, Andrey Gornostaev, Martha Giovana Guerro Ble, Faisal Hussein, Pedro Juarros, Anna Karim, Haley Myers, Khadijah Najafi, Aisulu Raspayeva, Jafte Robles, Deniz Sanin, Shiyao Wang, Tanaporn Wangsanut, Tian Xie
Student Newsletters 2017-2018
OGS Community Values
The Office of Global Services (OGS) is proud of Georgetown University's long history of welcoming people from around the world, of its tradition to care for each person according to his or her needs (cura personalis), and of its commitment to safeguard the dignity of all individuals.
International Student & Scholar Services cherishes the diversity of cultural and religious backgrounds and philosophical viewpoints that our international community brings to the University. Each international student and each international scholar is a valued and respected member of our community. Our office rededicates itself to serving and supporting the safety and well-being of all members of this community as they work toward expanding their knowledge and enhancing ours.
We uphold a vision of the United States of America that affirms justice and equality, and one which condemns all acts of hate, violence, and bias which aim to diminish the humanity of a group or an individual. We believe this country's founding principles endure and enlighten our discourse for all time. We will continue to work toward a world vision that values respect for all people and the talents they bring to our global society.