The U.S. Department of State published new regulations that are effective January 5, 2015. Based on these new regulations, all DS-2019 applications for prospective scholars received by ISSS on and after January 5th must include the English Proficiency Requirement form with a copy of the respective measurement score/report.
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This new guide brings together the wide variety of academic support resources from across campus aimed at international students. The aim of the guide is to help students, staff, instructors, advisers, faculty, etc.
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