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Orientation


We are so happy you have decided to join UD!


International Student Orientation (ISO) and other pre-arrival and welcome events are designed to help you transition to UD and the U.S. and to complete government check-in so you can be registered in SEVIS.

At ISO, UD leadership and ISSS advisors share information about everything you need to know to maintain your visa and student status and get connected to services at UD. Note: ISO is mandatory for new international students.

New international students who missed ISO on August 26, 2022 should join the following webinar:

ISO Make Up Session

Tuesday, September 27, 2022

12:00-1:00 p.m. EST
 

Register for ISO Make Up Session

More information to help you transition to UD and your life in the U.S.:


All students:
Complete all of the required pre-arrival steps for international students and learn everything you need to know to prepare to become a Blue Hen. Participate in the Before You Arrive pre-arrival webinar series.

Undergraduate students: Learn about New Student Orientation that all new undergraduate students must participate in this summer. Be sure to complete the New Student Checklist on that page.

Graduate students:  Details about Graduate Student Orientation will be shared by the Graduate College.

New students are invited to reach out to UD student mentors for questions.

Visit the iBuddy webpage

iBuddies are available to answer your questions and share tips based on their new student experiences.

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ISSS Disclaimer: The information contained on this web site is provided as a service to international students, faculty, staff, employees, and administrators at the University of Delaware, and does not constitute legal advice on any immigration, tax, or other matter. As legal advice must be tailored to the specific circumstances of each case, and laws are constantly changing, nothing provided herein should be used as a substitute for the advice of official counsel. For assistance on your immigration status, we encourage you to contact an ISS advisor for specific guidance at oiss@udel.edu.