International Student and Scholar Services (ISSS)
Introducing the ISSS Student Portal
Arriving June 14, students will obtain access to their new ISSS Student Portal. Read about accessing and processing within the portal on our ISSS Student Portal Webpage.
F-1 Student Quick Links
Maintain Your F-1 Status
All information needed to maintain your F-1 Status while in the United States.
Remember to have a valid travel signature on your I-20 prior to traveling!
Off Campus Employment
Off Campus Work Authorization for F-1 Students
J-1 Student Quick Links
Maintaining J-1 Student Status
Rules & Responsibilities for Maintaining J-1 Student Status
J-1 Students and Student Interns
All information for J-1 J-1 Students and Student Interns
J-1 Student Employment
J-1 students may only work in the United States--either on-campus or off-campus--if they are authorized in advance by the ISSS office.
J-1 Scholar Quick Links
Initial Sponsorship Requests
Start the J-1 Scholar Journey
Maintaining Scholar Status
All rules & responsibilities for maintaining J-1 Scholar Status
Document Collection Information
Learn the different ways to collect your I-20/DS-2019, SSN Letters, etc.
ISSS Operations — In Person & Virtual Assistance Available: The ISSS office is located on the 9th floor of the Howe Center and offers assistance via phone and email Monday through Friday from 9 a.m.-5p.m. In-person document pickup will be available between 10 a.m. and 4 p.m. Monday through Friday with photo ID. For information about our virtual services, such as email, phone, and Zoom assistance, please visit our Virtual Assistance Webpage.
ISSS Virtual Advising Hours
ISSS Advising Hours via Zoom are available on Mondays from 2-4 p.m. and Thursdays from noon-2 p.m. unless Stevens is closed for a holiday.
Due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, ISSS does not recommend traveling internationally. Please keep in mind that travel restrictions can occur at any time and you may not be able to return to the U.S. as planned. Students who travel during this time do so at their own risk. We would suggest reaching out to the nearest consulate or embassy for guidance to advise regarding your travel plans. Additionally, re-entry to the US will be at the discretion of the CBP officer. Due to the evolving situation with COVID-19, we would also recommend that you contact your airline regarding travel advisories/restrictions, in addition to keeping up to date with the most recent information posted on the Travel.State.Gov website. All foreign adult travelers to the U.S. are required to show proof of full vaccination. For detailed information, please review
Meet Our Staff
Data Manager & International Student Advisor
Assistant Director for Incoming International Students