On August 27, 28 and 29, International Student Mentors to be on hand to:
International students requiring a visa status to study in the U.S. will find the Office of Visa and Immigration Services (OVIS) to be of critical importance in addressing concerns or questions related to your immigration status.
The 2016 International Student Orientation Schedule is now available via the link below.
The following are links to important information for international students who will be attending Dartmouth. We hope these links will answer your most critical questions while you are still in your home country, and once you arrive at Dartmouth. You will receive more detailed information after you arrive. Feel free to write, e-mail, or fax us at International Student Programs-OPAL with any questions. Once you are in Hanover, we can help you further with academic issues, personal and social adjustment, cultural opportunities, and programming information.
The International Student Mentor program provides friendship and assistance to new international undergraduates during the fall and winter term of the first academic year. To be assigned to a Mentor, students must fill out the request form. To obtain an International Student Mentor request form, please click on the link above. If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact us via email at International.Student.Mentor@Dartmouth.edu.
The International Student Programs Office sponsors the International Friendship Family Program, which matches students with host families in the Upper Valley. Friendship Families can be a valuable resource as students adjust to college life and American culture. Visit the link above to learn more about the program and how to sign up for it by submitting the request form available on the link.
We look forward to meeting you in Hanover!
Last Updated: 8/27/16