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Important Information for Our International Community Members

On January 27, 2017, the United States government issued an Executive Order restricting travel for persons from the following seven countries:  Iraq, Iran, Libya, Somalia, Sudan, Syria and Yemen.  If you are a visa or green card holder from one of the seven countries, or if you are planning to travel to one of these countries, please contact Diana Chigas, Senior International Officer and Associate Provost, for additional information and immigration support services.

Upcoming Events

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Sep 21, 2017

Hosted by the I-Center, I-House, and I-Club. All are welcome!!

Sep 21, 2017

Inspired by her year as a Jesuit Volunteer, Sarah Rebecca Gaglio (A ’12) thinks deeply about what it means to be a faithful follower of Jesus in the twenty-first century. From the practical application of daily spiritual practice to the big picture questions of consciousness and self-assessment, Sarah Rebecca is a millennial who has embraced a life of contemplation and mutuality. For more information, please contact Sponsored by the University Chaplaincy.

Help When You Need It - Student Affairs

Kyo wants to get more involved in campus life, but doesn't know where to start. She talks with Student Affairs and learns about opportunities.

Meet the Student Affairs Staff

Help When You Need It - Career Center

John wants to find an internship. He makes an appointment with the Career Center to talk about the steps to make a good impression.

Meet with a Career Center Advisor

Help When You Need It - Chaplaincy

Claire needs some guidance on how to find time in her busy schedule to reflect. She contacts the University Chaplaincy to learn about getting involved.

Get to know the University Chaplaincy

Help When You Need It - Financial Aid

Kai needs help figuring out his financial aid package. He stops by Financial Aid drop-in hours to learn more about requirements and deadlines.

Find Out About Drop-In Hours