At the beginning of each term, all new international students will be guided through a mandatory new student orientation designed to provide you with valuable information and facilitate your transition to OSU.
Graduate & Undergraduate and Exchange: March 25-26, 2021
INTO OSU Serviced Students:
By participating in the International Student Orientation, you will gain essential information about:
immigration rules and regulations that affect your visa status
student health services and health insurance requirements at OSU
academic life at OSU
campus and community resources
opportunities to meet other new international and domestic students at OSU
advising and registration
All new students will receive an email with instructions specific to their program. Check your personal and OSU email frequently to learn more about your specific program or student type orientation.
Students billed directly through OSU will have an orientation fee added to their student account to cover the cost of orientation. Students billed through INTO OSU, including first-year undergraduates with International Direct services, have this fee included in their tuition.
Welcome Week is an exciting week of activities and events that are meant to help you connect and engage with campus. There are events that are meant to entertain you, events that share with you tips and strategies for success, and events that help you get to know resources and campus a bit more.
Start building a solid graduate career with Grad Welcome Week. Attend orientation to learn about the Graduate School and the many resources available to you. Come to our GTA teaching training to get ready for the classroom. Our partners at the library will help you master your research during Library Day.
Immigration document check-in is required for all incoming international and exchange students in all OSU and INTO OSU programs. You can start this process early by submitting copies of your immigration documents in IP Connect.
Once you are finished plan to arrive for the first day of orientation and attend an Immigration Document Check-In session with your documents.
All newly admitted international students are required to attend orientation and immigration document check-in. If you are not able to arrive in the US by the orientation date, please be sure to complete the Immigration 101 module in Canvas. Also, make sure to submit copies of your immigration documents in IP Connect. Please refer to the Late Arrivals Policy to determine if you will still be able to register for the term if you arrive late. Contact the International Student Orientation Team at Intl.Orientation@oregonstate.edu if you have questions.