International Program Information
There are a variety of academic services offered on the Fox Cities campus to help students be successful and reach their academic goals. The Writing Pad offers one-to-one writing support and assists students at all stages of the writing process. The Learning Resource Center offers peer tutoring in a variety of subject areas including but not limited to biology, chemistry and math. The Business and Economics Lab specializes in helping students in accounting, economics and business/economics statistics. Additionally, the Conversation Club is a unique opportunity for students to practice their English in the community with an American volunteer.
Navigating the immigration process can be confusing. You will find current information about becoming an international student in the United States when you visit these websites.
- Study in the States – United State Department of Homeland Security (DHS)
- How to Navigate the US Immigration System – Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE)
International students on the Fox Cities campus have many volunteer opportunities. These opportunities range from working with kids at a community event to helping with events at an assisted living home. There are also many campus organizations that are looking for volunteers and leaders within their programs such as Campus Activities Board (CAB) and Student Government. Volunteering looks great on a college application and is a great topic to discuss in a college essay.
Opportunities to meet with Friendship Families will be starting sometime during the 2016-2017 school year.