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International Student and Scholar Services

Learning Without Borders

International Student and Scholar Services (ISSS) supports internationalization at the University of Denver by serving as a resource to 500students, faculty, and staff in meeting the needs of the international community on campus.

ISSS NEWS & REMINDERS

Welcome Back!

We hope you all had a good and safe break! As a reminder, you can subscribe or submit to The Globe at our website http://isss.du.edu.

Come visit us during Quick Question Advising if you have any questions or worries as you get started on a new quarter. Our quick question advising hours are:

Mon., Wed., Fri.: 10am to 12pm
Tues., Thur.: 1pm to 4pm

I-20 City of Birth Requirement

Beginning February 28, 2020, SEVIS will require the city of birth for all F-1 students and any F-2 dependents. ISSS must have city of birth on file in order to process requests related to F status such as:

  • CPT
  • Replacement I-20s
  • Program extensions
  • Etc.

If you are an F-1 student, please complete this form to report your city of birth.

Quick Resources

      Advising      Orientation      Travel      Visa Application  

      Address Changes      optcptemployment      Driver's License      Submit to The Globe

UPCOMING EVENTS

   janlunch      gamenight      opt workshop   

Additional information

Useful Websites
Additional Campus Resources

A full list of events and resources can be found on the University of Denver's Diversity & Inclusion website

U.S. Immigration Patterns Over Time: Colorado's International Student Population and Internationalization of Higher Education was a session presented during the Fourth Annual Internationalization.  The presentation provided the audience with information on immigration patterns over time and how to create a more welcoming campus climate for international students.

Health & Counseling Center provides many medical and mental health services. (phone: 303-871-2205; Ritchie Center, 2240 E. Buchtel Blvd., Suite 3N)

Employee Assistance Program provides counseling and support for all University of Denver employees.

The Student Emergency Fund provides limited emergency financial assistance to currently enrolled University of Denver students who are unable to meet immediate, essential expenses because of temporary hardship related to an unexpected situation

Ombuds Office is a confidential and informal resource for any campus community member who may be experiencing difficulties navigating their time at the University. (Jenna Brown, Ombuds; phone: 303-871-4712)

Chaplain Gary Brower works with all members of the DU community on issues ranging from interfaith dialogue to spiritual care and counseling. (phone: 303-871-4488; Driscoll Student Center, South, 2050 E. Evans Ave.)

Campus Safety

Center for Multicultural Excellence

Reporting Bias Incidents, Harassment, Discrimination or Gender-based Violence at DU