Traveling for Winter Break?
Don’t forget to get your I-20 signed by a DSO!
You must carry a valid passport, I-20 (with signature not older than six months), and I-94 card. If you need to renew your visa while abroad, please talk to Amy or Wintlett for more information.
Also check out this website for important information that might apply to you.
Please let us know where you will be during Winter Break and January term. This is not only a requirement of your visa status, but also for your safety and well-being, in case of emergencies. Click on the link below to be redirected to our winter information form.
Think of us while you’re home! The Ethnic Arts Festival theme this year is Weddings, so bring back photos, clothing, accessories, recipes, foods, videos, and other things related to weddings in your home country.
Stop in to look at your country’s Culture Kit (a box full of good stuff) to see what we might need to represent your country well! Talk to Amy!
Winter Break Housing
All residence halls will close during winter break EXCEPT: Miller, Dieseth, Baker Village, College Apartments, Norby House, Sustainability House and Prairie Houses.
To stay on campus, you MUST fill out the Res. Life registration form. Pick it up in the Res Life office, or check for back emails from the Res. Life office.
DEADLINE to register is Dec. 7th!!!!
December & January graduates – don’t forget to see Amy if you plan to apply for OPT. Come have a chat anyway, so you know what your responsibilities are relative to your visa after you graduate.
Make sure you check your I-20 in case you’re scheduled to graduate, but need another semester or January term.
Suggestions for Future Touchpoints? – We’re busy planning Touchpoints for J-term and spring 2013. If you have a suggestion for a useful workshop or session, please contact Amy. Don’t forget, ZOTERO workshops count as Touchpoints. Last one, Dec. 5, 7- 8 pm, Hovde Lounge, Preus Library.