Guides and tips for daily life in Washington D.C. - cell phones, banking information, local transportation, etc.
Detailed information about tuition payment plans, loans, and scholarships.
Handbook of information on cultural differences, job search timelines and interview preparation for students interested in working in the U.S. after graduation.
Helpful resources on immigration information and social, recreational, volunteer and educational opportunities for partners and families of international students and scholars.
Contact information for immigration attorneys, immigration problems, U.S. laws and Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA).
Students who have witnessed or experienced an assault or threatening behavior on campus, and believe the incident to be bias-related, should report this incident on the Bias Incident Reporting Form.