Schedule of Events:             AUGUST 2013           September 2013           October 2013
Sunday

Monday

Tuesday

Wednesday

Thursday

Friday

Saturday

1
English Practice for all ESL Speakers
394 Ryder Hall
4:00pm
2 3
Volunteer Team Leader Program: Greater Boston Food Bank
9:00am
4 5 6 7
International Student Small Group Job Search
5:30pm
8 9 10
11 12
13
Graduate Day SEVIS Session
318 Curry Student Center
1:00pm

Graduate Day Immigration Clearance Check-In
318 Curry Student Center
2:00pm-4:00pm

International Student Resource Fair
322 Curry Student Center
2:00pm-4:00pm

International Student Small Group Job Search
4:00pm
14 16 17
18 19
20
Graduate Day SEVIS Session
318 Curry Student Center
1:00pm

Graduate Day Immigration Clearance Check-In
318 Curry Student Center
2:00pm-3:00pm
21
Graduate Day SEVIS Session
318 Curry Student Center
9:00am

Graduate Day Immigration Clearance Check-In
318 Curry Student Center
10:00am-11:00am

International Student Resource Fair
322 Curry Student Center
10:00am-12:00pm

Employment Information Session
318 Curry Student Center
3:00pm

International Student Small Group Job Search
5:30pm
22
Graduate Day SEVIS Session
1:00pm
318 Curry Student Center

Graduate Day Immigration Clearance Check-In
2:00pm-3:00pm
318 Curry Student Center
23 24
25
Roam to Rome: Boston's North End
11:30am
26
Airport Welcome
Boston Logan Airport
8:00am-4:00pm

Immigration Clearance Check-In
Curry Student Center Ballroom
9:00am

ISSI Sponsored Shopping Trip
Leaves from Forsyth Street
Departures from 10:00am-6:00pm

Immigration Clearance Check-In
Curry Student Center Ballroom
1:00pm
27
Undergraduate Day Immigration Clearance Check-In for Freshmen
Curry Student Center Ballroom
9:00am

Undergraduate Day Freshmen SEVIS Session
318 Curry Student Center
9:00am

Undergraduate Day Freshmen SEVIS Session
318 Curry Student Center
10:00am

Undergraduate Day Freshmen SEVIS Session
318 Curry Student Center
11:00am

Undergraduate Day Immigration Clearance Check-In for Freshmen
Curry Student Center Ballroom
1:00pm

Undergraduate Day Freshmen SEVIS Session
318 Curry Student Center
1:30pm

Undergraduate Day Freshmen SEVIS Session
318 Curry Student Center
2:30pm

Undergraduate Day Freshmen SEVIS Session
318 Curry Student Center
3:30pm

International Undergraduate Student & Parent Welcome Reception
Curry Student Center Ballroom
5:30pm
28
Graduate Day Immigration Clearance Check-In
Last Names A-M

9:00am-12:00pm
Location: Fenway Center

Graduate Day SEVIS Session
9:00am
Location: 450 Dodge Hall

Global Pathways Immigration Clearance Check-In: Group One
300 Richards Hall
9:00am

Graduate Day SEVIS Session
11:00am
Location: 450 Dodge Hall

International Student Small Group Job Search
12:00pm

Graduate Day Immigration Clearance Check-In
Last Names N-Z

1:00pm-4:00pm
Location: 318 Curry Student Center

Graduate Day SEVIS Session
1:00pm
Location: 450 Dodge Hall

Global Pathways Immigration Clearance Check-In: Group Two
300 Richards Hall
1:00pm

Graduate Day SEVIS Session
3:00pm
Location: 450 Dodge Hall

Getting to Know the Campus
450 Dodge Hall
4:00pm

International Graduate Student Welcome Reception
Location: Fenway Center
5:30pm
31
ISSI Cross-Cultural Picnic at the Concord Museum
10:00am


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Global Leadership Summer 2013 Immigration Clearance and Sevis Sessions
346 Curry Student Center
2:30pm


All students whom are beginning a new program of study at Northeastern University must attend a mandatory Immigration Clearance and SEVIS session. This session is intended for the Siwnburne Exchange program in Global Leadership. You will need to bring your DS-2019 for your new program to this session so that the ISSI staff can sign it and verify to SEVIS that you are here for your courses. Failure to attend this session can result in your falling out of status with SEVIS.

Please note that you must complete an Online Immigration Clearance Form before attending Immigration Clearance.If you fail to complete the form online, then you will delay your ability to complete Immigration Clearance and thus be able to register for classes, adjust your class schedule, receive your Husky Card, etc. Click the following link to access the form: Immigration Clearance Form



Career Services: International Student Small Group Job Search
Time: 12:00pm
Sign-up: Online registration is required.

This small group workshop is the first step for international students in starting your job search. In this strategy session we’ll include, but go beyond traditional job search methods, to also focus on online and in-person networking and using social media sites such as LinkedIn. Registration is required. Sign up online, or by calling 617-373-2430. This event is brought to you by Northeastern University's Office of Career Services.



Career Services: International Student Small Group Job Search
Time: 5:30pm
Sign-up: Online registration is required.

This small group workshop is the first step for international students in starting your job search. In this strategy session we’ll include, but go beyond traditional job search methods, to also focus on online and in-person networking and using social media sites such as LinkedIn. Registration is required. Sign up online, or by calling 617-373-2430. This event is brought to you by Northeastern University's Office of Career Services.



Career Services: International Student Small Group Job Search
Time: 4:00pm
Sign-up: Online registration is required.

This small group workshop is the first step for international students in starting your job search. In this strategy session we’ll include, but go beyond traditional job search methods, to also focus on online and in-person networking and using social media sites such as LinkedIn. Registration is required. Sign up online, or by calling 617-373-2430. This event is brought to you by Northeastern University's Office of Career Services.



Career Services: International Student Small Group Job Search
Time: 12:00pm
Sign-up: Online registration is required.

This small group workshop is the first step for international students in starting your job search. In this strategy session we’ll include, but go beyond traditional job search methods, to also focus on online and in-person networking and using social media sites such as LinkedIn. Registration is required. Sign up online, or by calling 617-373-2430. This event is brought to you by Northeastern University's Office of Career Services.



Career Services: International Student Small Group Job Search
Time: 5:30pm
Sign-up: Online registration is required.

This small group workshop is the first step for international students in starting your job search. In this strategy session we’ll include, but go beyond traditional job search methods, to also focus on online and in-person networking and using social media sites such as LinkedIn. Registration is required. Sign up online, or by calling 617-373-2430. This event is brought to you by Northeastern University's Office of Career Services.



Career Services: International Student Small Group Job Search
Time: 12:00pm
Sign-up: Online registration is required.

This small group workshop is the first step for international students in starting your job search. In this strategy session we’ll include, but go beyond traditional job search methods, to also focus on online and in-person networking and using social media sites such as LinkedIn. Registration is required. Sign up online, or by calling 617-373-2430. This event is brought to you by Northeastern University's Office of Career Services.



Speaking English Q&A Workshop
Time: 4:00-5:00pm
Location: 243 Ryder Hall
Sign-up: No registration required. Space limited to the first 15 students who show up.

If you speak English as a second language (ESL), you might have questions about the way Americans speak, slang, the Boston dialect, or how to pronounce a specific word. Bring your questions to the Speaking English Q&A workshops! Tutors will help you understand what you’re hearing, help you with pronunciation, provide opportunities to practice speaking, and discuss American culture. This session is independent, so you can attend whenever it is possible for you to participate.

This workshop is open to speakers of all languages.

Speaking English Q&A Workshops are brought to you by the university’s office of Global Student Success. Please feel free to email GSS with any questions.



Speaking English Q&A Workshop
Time: 4:00-5:00pm
Location: 243 Ryder Hall
Sign-up: No registration required. Space limited to the first 15 students who show up.

If you speak English as a second language (ESL), you might have questions about the way Americans speak, slang, the Boston dialect, or how to pronounce a specific word. Bring your questions to the Speaking English Q&A workshops! Tutors will help you understand what you’re hearing, help you with pronunciation, provide opportunities to practice speaking, and discuss American culture. This session is independent, so you can attend whenever it is possible for you to participate.

This workshop is open to speakers of all languages.

Speaking English Q&A Workshops are brought to you by the university’s office of Global Student Success. Please feel free to email GSS with any questions.



Speaking English Q&A Workshop
Time: 4:00-5:00pm
Location: 243 Ryder Hall
Sign-up: No registration required. Space limited to the first 15 students who show up.

If you speak English as a second language (ESL), you might have questions about the way Americans speak, slang, the Boston dialect, or how to pronounce a specific word. Bring your questions to the Speaking English Q&A workshops! Tutors will help you understand what you’re hearing, help you with pronunciation, provide opportunities to practice speaking, and discuss American culture. This session is independent, so you can attend whenever it is possible for you to participate.

This workshop is open to speakers of all languages.

Speaking English Q&A Workshops are brought to you by the university’s office of Global Student Success. Please feel free to email GSS with any questions.



Speaking English Q&A Workshop
Time: 4:00-5:00pm
Location: 243 Ryder Hall
Sign-up: No registration required. Space limited to the first 15 students who show up.

If you speak English as a second language (ESL), you might have questions about the way Americans speak, slang, the Boston dialect, or how to pronounce a specific word. Bring your questions to the Speaking English Q&A workshops! Tutors will help you understand what you’re hearing, help you with pronunciation, provide opportunities to practice speaking, and discuss American culture. This session is independent, so you can attend whenever it is possible for you to participate.

This workshop is open to speakers of all languages.

Speaking English Q&A Workshops are brought to you by the university’s office of Global Student Success. Please feel free to email GSS with any questions.



Speaking English Q&A Workshop
Time: 4:00-5:00pm
Location: 243 Ryder Hall
Sign-up: No registration required. Space limited to the first 15 students who show up.

If you speak English as a second language (ESL), you might have questions about the way Americans speak, slang, the Boston dialect, or how to pronounce a specific word. Bring your questions to the Speaking English Q&A workshops! Tutors will help you understand what you’re hearing, help you with pronunciation, provide opportunities to practice speaking, and discuss American culture. This session is independent, so you can attend whenever it is possible for you to participate.

This workshop is open to speakers of all languages.

Speaking English Q&A Workshops are brought to you by the university’s office of Global Student Success. Please feel free to email GSS with any questions.



Speaking English Q&A Workshop
Time: 4:00-5:00pm
Location: 243 Ryder Hall
Sign-up: No registration required. Space limited to the first 15 students who show up.

If you speak English as a second language (ESL), you might have questions about the way Americans speak, slang, the Boston dialect, or how to pronounce a specific word. Bring your questions to the Speaking English Q&A workshops! Tutors will help you understand what you’re hearing, help you with pronunciation, provide opportunities to practice speaking, and discuss American culture. This session is independent, so you can attend whenever it is possible for you to participate.

This workshop is open to speakers of all languages.

Speaking English Q&A Workshops are brought to you by the university’s office of Global Student Success. Please feel free to email GSS with any questions.



Speaking English Q&A Workshop
Time: 4:00-5:00pm
Location: 243 Ryder Hall
Sign-up: No registration required. Space limited to the first 15 students who show up.

If you speak English as a second language (ESL), you might have questions about the way Americans speak, slang, the Boston dialect, or how to pronounce a specific word. Bring your questions to the Speaking English Q&A workshops! Tutors will help you understand what you’re hearing, help you with pronunciation, provide opportunities to practice speaking, and discuss American culture. This session is independent, so you can attend whenever it is possible for you to participate.

This workshop is open to speakers of all languages.

Speaking English Q&A Workshops are brought to you by the university’s office of Global Student Success. Please feel free to email GSS with any questions.



Speaking English Q&A Workshop
Time: 4:00-5:00pm
Location: 243 Ryder Hall
Sign-up: No registration required. Space limited to the first 15 students who show up.

If you speak English as a second language (ESL), you might have questions about the way Americans speak, slang, the Boston dialect, or how to pronounce a specific word. Bring your questions to the Speaking English Q&A workshops! Tutors will help you understand what you’re hearing, help you with pronunciation, provide opportunities to practice speaking, and discuss American culture. This session is independent, so you can attend whenever it is possible for you to participate.

This workshop is open to speakers of all languages.

Speaking English Q&A Workshops are brought to you by the university’s office of Global Student Success. Please feel free to email GSS with any questions.



Speaking English Q&A Workshop
Time: 4:00-5:00pm
Location: 243 Ryder Hall
Sign-up: No registration required. Space limited to the first 15 students who show up.

If you speak English as a second language (ESL), you might have questions about the way Americans speak, slang, the Boston dialect, or how to pronounce a specific word. Bring your questions to the Speaking English Q&A workshops! Tutors will help you understand what you’re hearing, help you with pronunciation, provide opportunities to practice speaking, and discuss American culture. This session is independent, so you can attend whenever it is possible for you to participate.

This workshop is open to speakers of all languages.

Speaking English Q&A Workshops are brought to you by the university’s office of Global Student Success. Please feel free to email GSS with any questions.



Speaking English Q&A Workshop
Time: 4:00-5:00pm
Location: 243 Ryder Hall
Sign-up: No registration required. Space limited to the first 15 students who show up.

If you speak English as a second language (ESL), you might have questions about the way Americans speak, slang, the Boston dialect, or how to pronounce a specific word. Bring your questions to the Speaking English Q&A workshops! Tutors will help you understand what you’re hearing, help you with pronunciation, provide opportunities to practice speaking, and discuss American culture. This session is independent, so you can attend whenever it is possible for you to participate.

This workshop is open to speakers of all languages.

Speaking English Q&A Workshops are brought to you by the university’s office of Global Student Success. Please feel free to email GSS with any questions.



Speaking English Q&A Workshop for all ESL Speakers
Time: 4:00-5:00pm
Location: 394 Ryder Hall
Sign-up: No registration required. Space limited to the first 15 students who show up.

If you speak English as a second language (ESL), you might have questions about the way Americans speak, slang, the Boston dialect, or how to pronounce a specific word. Bring your questions to the Speaking English Q&A workshops! Tutors will help you understand what you’re hearing, help you with pronunciation, provide opportunities to practice speaking, and discuss American culture. This session is independent, so you can attend whenever it is possible for you to participate.

This workshop is open to speakers of all languages.

Speaking English Q&A Workshops are brought to you by the university’s office of Global Student Success. Please feel free to email GSS with any questions.



Speaking English Q&A Workshop
Time: 4:00-5:00pm
Location: 394 Ryder Hall
Sign-up: No registration required. Space limited to the first 15 students who show up.

If you speak English as a second language (ESL), you might have questions about the way Americans speak, slang, the Boston dialect, or how to pronounce a specific word. Bring your questions to the Speaking English Q&A workshops! Tutors will help you understand what you’re hearing, help you with pronunciation, provide opportunities to practice speaking, and discuss American culture. This session is independent, so you can attend whenever it is possible for you to participate.

This workshop is open to speakers of all languages.

Speaking English Q&A Workshops are brought to you by the university’s office of Global Student Success. Please feel free to email GSS with any questions.



Speaking English Q&A Workshop
Time: 4:00-5:00pm
Location: 394 Ryder Hall
Sign-up: No registration required. Space limited to the first 15 students who show up.

If you speak English as a second language (ESL), you might have questions about the way Americans speak, slang, the Boston dialect, or how to pronounce a specific word. Bring your questions to the Speaking English Q&A workshops! Tutors will help you understand what you’re hearing, help you with pronunciation, provide opportunities to practice speaking, and discuss American culture. This session is independent, so you can attend whenever it is possible for you to participate.

This workshop is open to speakers of all languages.

Speaking English Q&A Workshops are brought to you by the university’s office of Global Student Success. Please feel free to email GSS with any questions.



Speaking English Q&A Workshop
Time: 4:00-5:00pm
Location: 394 Ryder Hall
Sign-up: No registration required. Space limited to the first 15 students who show up.

If you speak English as a second language (ESL), you might have questions about the way Americans speak, slang, the Boston dialect, or how to pronounce a specific word. Bring your questions to the Speaking English Q&A workshops! Tutors will help you understand what you’re hearing, help you with pronunciation, provide opportunities to practice speaking, and discuss American culture. This session is independent, so you can attend whenever it is possible for you to participate.

This workshop is open to speakers of all languages.

Speaking English Q&A Workshops are brought to you by the university’s office of Global Student Success. Please feel free to email GSS with any questions.



Speaking English Q&A Workshop
Time: 4:00-5:00pm
Location: 394 Ryder Hall
Sign-up: No registration required. Space limited to the first 15 students who show up.

If you speak English as a second language (ESL), you might have questions about the way Americans speak, slang, the Boston dialect, or how to pronounce a specific word. Bring your questions to the Speaking English Q&A workshops! Tutors will help you understand what you’re hearing, help you with pronunciation, provide opportunities to practice speaking, and discuss American culture. This session is independent, so you can attend whenever it is possible for you to participate.

This workshop is open to speakers of all languages.

Speaking English Q&A Workshops are brought to you by the university’s office of Global Student Success. Please feel free to email GSS with any questions.



Speaking English Q&A Workshop
Time: 4:00-5:00pm
Location: 394 Ryder Hall
Sign-up: No registration required. Space limited to the first 15 students who show up.

If you speak English as a second language (ESL), you might have questions about the way Americans speak, slang, the Boston dialect, or how to pronounce a specific word. Bring your questions to the Speaking English Q&A workshops! Tutors will help you understand what you’re hearing, help you with pronunciation, provide opportunities to practice speaking, and discuss American culture. This session is independent, so you can attend whenever it is possible for you to participate.

This workshop is open to speakers of all languages.

Speaking English Q&A Workshops are brought to you by the university’s office of Global Student Success. Please feel free to email GSS with any questions.



Speaking English Q&A Workshop
Time: 4:00-5:00pm
Location: 394 Ryder Hall
Sign-up: No registration required. Space limited to the first 15 students who show up.

If you speak English as a second language (ESL), you might have questions about the way Americans speak, slang, the Boston dialect, or how to pronounce a specific word. Bring your questions to the Speaking English Q&A workshops! Tutors will help you understand what you’re hearing, help you with pronunciation, provide opportunities to practice speaking, and discuss American culture. This session is independent, so you can attend whenever it is possible for you to participate.

This workshop is open to speakers of all languages.

Speaking English Q&A Workshops are brought to you by the university’s office of Global Student Success. Please feel free to email GSS with any questions.



Speaking English Q&A Workshop
Time: 4:00-5:00pm
Location: 394 Ryder Hall
Sign-up: No registration required. Space limited to the first 15 students who show up.

If you speak English as a second language (ESL), you might have questions about the way Americans speak, slang, the Boston dialect, or how to pronounce a specific word. Bring your questions to the Speaking English Q&A workshops! Tutors will help you understand what you’re hearing, help you with pronunciation, provide opportunities to practice speaking, and discuss American culture. This session is independent, so you can attend whenever it is possible for you to participate.

This workshop is open to speakers of all languages.

Speaking English Q&A Workshops are brought to you by the university’s office of Global Student Success. Please feel free to email GSS with any questions.



Speaking English Q&A Workshop for Speakers of Indo-European Languages
Time: 6:00-7:00pm
Location: 243 Ryder Hall
Sign-up: No registration required. Space limited to the first 15 students who show up.

If you speak English as a second language (ESL), you might have questions about the way Americans speak, slang, the Boston dialect, or how to pronounce a specific word. Bring your questions to the Speaking English Q&A workshops! Tutors will help you understand what you’re hearing, help you with pronunciation, provide opportunities to practice speaking, and discuss American culture. This session is independent, so you can attend whenever it is possible for you to participate.

This workshop is specifically designed to focus on the pronunciation needs of speakers of language such as, but not limited to: Russian, Farsi, Hindi, French, Turkish and Spanish.

Speaking English Q&A Workshops are brought to you by the university’s office of Global Student Success. Please feel free to email GSS with any questions.



Speaking English Q&A Workshop for Speakers of Indo-European Languages
Time: 6:00-7:00pm
Location: 243 Ryder Hall
Sign-up: No registration required. Space limited to the first 15 students who show up.

If you speak English as a second language (ESL), you might have questions about the way Americans speak, slang, the Boston dialect, or how to pronounce a specific word. Bring your questions to the Speaking English Q&A workshops! Tutors will help you understand what you’re hearing, help you with pronunciation, provide opportunities to practice speaking, and discuss American culture. This session is independent, so you can attend whenever it is possible for you to participate.

This workshop is specifically designed to focus on the pronunciation needs of speakers of language such as, but not limited to: Russian, Farsi, Hindi, French, Turkish and Spanish.

Speaking English Q&A Workshops are brought to you by the university’s office of Global Student Success. Please feel free to email GSS with any questions.



Speaking English Q&A Workshop for Speakers of Indo-European Languages
Time: 6:00-7:00pm
Location: 243 Ryder Hall
Sign-up: No registration required. Space limited to the first 15 students who show up.

If you speak English as a second language (ESL), you might have questions about the way Americans speak, slang, the Boston dialect, or how to pronounce a specific word. Bring your questions to the Speaking English Q&A workshops! Tutors will help you understand what you’re hearing, help you with pronunciation, provide opportunities to practice speaking, and discuss American culture. This session is independent, so you can attend whenever it is possible for you to participate.

This workshop is specifically designed to focus on the pronunciation needs of speakers of language such as, but not limited to: Russian, Farsi, Hindi, French, Turkish and Spanish.

Speaking English Q&A Workshops are brought to you by the university’s office of Global Student Success. Please feel free to email GSS with any questions.



Speaking English Q&A Workshop for Speakers of Indo-European Languages
Time: 6:00-7:00pm
Location: 243 Ryder Hall
Sign-up: No registration required. Space limited to the first 15 students who show up.

If you speak English as a second language (ESL), you might have questions about the way Americans speak, slang, the Boston dialect, or how to pronounce a specific word. Bring your questions to the Speaking English Q&A workshops! Tutors will help you understand what you’re hearing, help you with pronunciation, provide opportunities to practice speaking, and discuss American culture. This session is independent, so you can attend whenever it is possible for you to participate.

This workshop is specifically designed to focus on the pronunciation needs of speakers of language such as, but not limited to: Russian, Farsi, Hindi, French, Turkish and Spanish.

Speaking English Q&A Workshops are brought to you by the university’s office of Global Student Success. Please feel free to email GSS with any questions.



Speaking English Q&A Workshop for Speakers of Indo-European Languages
Time: 6:00-7:00pm
Location: 243 Ryder Hall
Sign-up: No registration required. Space limited to the first 15 students who show up.

If you speak English as a second language (ESL), you might have questions about the way Americans speak, slang, the Boston dialect, or how to pronounce a specific word. Bring your questions to the Speaking English Q&A workshops! Tutors will help you understand what you’re hearing, help you with pronunciation, provide opportunities to practice speaking, and discuss American culture. This session is independent, so you can attend whenever it is possible for you to participate.

This workshop is specifically designed to focus on the pronunciation needs of speakers of language such as, but not limited to: Russian, Farsi, Hindi, French, Turkish and Spanish.

Speaking English Q&A Workshops are brought to you by the university’s office of Global Student Success. Please feel free to email GSS with any questions.



Speaking English Q&A Workshop for Speakers of Indo-European Languages
Time: 3:00-4:00pm
Location: 394 Ryder Hall
Sign-up: No registration required. Space limited to the first 15 students who show up.

If you speak English as a second language (ESL), you might have questions about the way Americans speak, slang, the Boston dialect, or how to pronounce a specific word. Bring your questions to the Speaking English Q&A workshops! Tutors will help you understand what you’re hearing, help you with pronunciation, provide opportunities to practice speaking, and discuss American culture. This session is independent, so you can attend whenever it is possible for you to participate.

This workshop is specifically designed to focus on the pronunciation needs of speakers of language such as, but not limited to: Russian, Farsi, Hindi, French, Turkish and Spanish.

Speaking English Q&A Workshops are brought to you by the university’s office of Global Student Success. Please feel free to email GSS with any questions.



Speaking English Q&A Workshop for Speakers of Indo-European Languages
Time: 3:00-4:00pm
Location: 394 Ryder Hall
Sign-up: No registration required. Space limited to the first 15 students who show up.

If you speak English as a second language (ESL), you might have questions about the way Americans speak, slang, the Boston dialect, or how to pronounce a specific word. Bring your questions to the Speaking English Q&A workshops! Tutors will help you understand what you’re hearing, help you with pronunciation, provide opportunities to practice speaking, and discuss American culture. This session is independent, so you can attend whenever it is possible for you to participate.

This workshop is specifically designed to focus on the pronunciation needs of speakers of language such as, but not limited to: Russian, Farsi, Hindi, French, Turkish and Spanish.

Speaking English Q&A Workshops are brought to you by the university’s office of Global Student Success. Please feel free to email GSS with any questions.



Speaking English Q&A Workshop for Speakers of Indo-European Languages
Time: 3:00-4:00pm
Location: 394 Ryder Hall
Sign-up: No registration required. Space limited to the first 15 students who show up.

If you speak English as a second language (ESL), you might have questions about the way Americans speak, slang, the Boston dialect, or how to pronounce a specific word. Bring your questions to the Speaking English Q&A workshops! Tutors will help you understand what you’re hearing, help you with pronunciation, provide opportunities to practice speaking, and discuss American culture. This session is independent, so you can attend whenever it is possible for you to participate.

This workshop is specifically designed to focus on the pronunciation needs of speakers of language such as, but not limited to: Russian, Farsi, Hindi, French, Turkish and Spanish.

Speaking English Q&A Workshops are brought to you by the university’s office of Global Student Success. Please feel free to email GSS with any questions.



Speaking English Q&A Workshop for Speakers of Indo-European Languages
Time: 3:00-4:00pm
Location: 394 Ryder Hall
Sign-up: No registration required. Space limited to the first 15 students who show up.

If you speak English as a second language (ESL), you might have questions about the way Americans speak, slang, the Boston dialect, or how to pronounce a specific word. Bring your questions to the Speaking English Q&A workshops! Tutors will help you understand what you’re hearing, help you with pronunciation, provide opportunities to practice speaking, and discuss American culture. This session is independent, so you can attend whenever it is possible for you to participate.

This workshop is specifically designed to focus on the pronunciation needs of speakers of language such as, but not limited to: Russian, Farsi, Hindi, French, Turkish and Spanish.

Speaking English Q&A Workshops are brought to you by the university’s office of Global Student Success. Please feel free to email GSS with any questions.



Speaking English Q&A Workshop for Speakers of Indo-European Languages
Time: 3:00-4:00pm
Location: 394 Ryder Hall
Sign-up: No registration required. Space limited to the first 15 students who show up.

If you speak English as a second language (ESL), you might have questions about the way Americans speak, slang, the Boston dialect, or how to pronounce a specific word. Bring your questions to the Speaking English Q&A workshops! Tutors will help you understand what you’re hearing, help you with pronunciation, provide opportunities to practice speaking, and discuss American culture. This session is independent, so you can attend whenever it is possible for you to participate.

This workshop is specifically designed to focus on the pronunciation needs of speakers of language such as, but not limited to: Russian, Farsi, Hindi, French, Turkish and Spanish.

Speaking English Q&A Workshops are brought to you by the university’s office of Global Student Success. Please feel free to email GSS with any questions.



Intonation: The Music of English
Time: 12:00-1:00pm
Location: 159 Ryder Hall
Sign-up: Online registration required

The English that ESL speakers learn is often very different than what they hear Americans speaking. This presentation will explain what changes are taking place between written and spoken forms of English.

This lecture is presented by Christi Barb, an NU Global Lecturer.

This workshop is brought to you by the university’s office of Global Student Success. Please feel free to email them with any questions.



Volunteer Team Leader Program: Greater Boston Food Bank
Time: 9:00am-12:00pm
Location: Greater Boston Food Bank
Sign-up: Online registration required

The Greater Boston Food Bank (GBFB) is the largest hunger-relief organization in New England and among the largest food banks in the country. It is a member of Feeding America, the nation's largest hunger-relief organization. Volunteers will work in the warehouse, inspecting, sorting, and packing food and grocery products donated by different charitable organizations.

This event is part of the Volunteer Team Leader (VTL) Program, brought to you by Northeastern University's Global Student Success (GSS) office.

Please feel free to email GSS with any questions.



Volunteer Team Leader Program: Community Servings
Time: 1:00pm-4:00pm
Sign-up: Online registration required

Volunteers will be helping to prepare and package meals for our critically-ill neighbors who have weakened immune systems. On the day of our event we will be working closely with kitchen staff to prepare and package salads, snacks, and desserts.

This event is part of the Volunteer Team Leader (VTL) Program, brought to you by Northeastern University's Global Student Success (GSS) office.

Please feel free to email GSS with any questions.



ISSI Airport Welcome
Time: 8:00am-4:00pm
Location: Boston's Logan Airport - Terminal E
Sign-up for new Undergrad Day students: Sign up is available through the myNEU portal
Sign-up for Graduate, CPS, Global Pathways and American Classroom Students: Registration is online

Staff and volunteers from the International Student and Scholar Institute (ISSI) will meet you at the International Terminal (E) at Logan International Airport on Monday, August 26, 2013 between 8am - 4pm to welcome you and drive you from the airport to the Northeastern campus.

If your travel arrangements have you coming in earlier than 8am, please feel free to wait at Terminal E for the ISSI Staff to welcome you. If your travel arrangements have you arriving through a different gate, please make your way over to Terminal E.

We wish you a safe journey and we look forward to welcoming you, Monday, August 26. If you have any questions, please feel free to email the ISSI.



Fall 2013 Graduate Day - SEVIS Session
Location:
Curry Student Center: Room 318
Time: 1:00pm-2:00pm

All F-1 and J-1 visa students whom are beginning a new program of study at Northeastern University must attend a mandatory SEVIS Session. This session is intended for new Graduate Day program students. At this Session you will receive information from an ISSI International Student Advisor regarding the procedures that you must follow as a student to maintain your visa status. The Session lasts about 45 minutes.



Fall 2013 Graduate Day Immigration Clearance Check-In
Location: 318 Curry Student Center
Time: 2:00pm-4:00pm

All F-1 and J-1 visa students whom are beginning a new program of study at Northeastern University must attend a mandatory Immigration Clearance Check-In. This Check-In is intended for new students in a Graduate Day program. You will need to bring your I-20 or DS-2019 for your new program to this session so that the ISSI staff can sign it and verify to SEVIS that you are here for your courses. Failure to attend this session can result in your falling out of status with SEVIS.

Please note that you must complete an Online Immigration Form before attending Immigration Clearance. If you fail to complete the form online, then you will delay your ability to complete Immigration Clearance Check-In and thus be able to register for classes, adjust your class schedule, receive your Husky Card, etc. Click the following link to access the form: Online Immigration Form



International Student Resource Fair
Location:
322 Curry Student Center
Time: 2:00pm-4:00pm

Explore your options in opening up a bank account or getting cell phone service. Learn about the Northeastern campus and its wonderful resources.



Fall 2013 Graduate Day - SEVIS Session
Location:
Curry Student Center: Room 318
Time: 1:00pm-2:00pm

All F-1 and J-1 visa students whom are beginning a new program of study at Northeastern University must attend a mandatory SEVIS Session. This session is intended for new Graduate Day program students. At this Session you will receive information from an ISSI International Student Advisor regarding the procedures that you must follow as a student to maintain your visa status. The Session lasts about 45 minutes.



Fall 2013 Graduate Day Immigration Clearance Check-In
Location: 318 Curry Student Center
Time: 2:00pm-3:00pm

All F-1 and J-1 visa students whom are beginning a new program of study at Northeastern University must attend a mandatory Immigration Clearance Check-In. This Check-In is intended for new students in a Graduate Day program. You will need to bring your I-20 or DS-2019 for your new program to this session so that the ISSI staff can sign it and verify to SEVIS that you are here for your courses. Failure to attend this session can result in your falling out of status with SEVIS.

Please note that you must complete an Online Immigration Form before attending Immigration Clearance. If you fail to complete the form online, then you will delay your ability to complete Immigration Clearance Check-In and thus be able to register for classes, adjust your class schedule, receive your Husky Card, etc. Click the following link to access the form: Online Immigration Form



Fall 2013 Graduate Day - SEVIS Session
Location:
Curry Student Center: Room 318
Time: 9:00am-10:00am

All F-1 and J-1 visa students whom are beginning a new program of study at Northeastern University must attend a mandatory SEVIS Session. This session is intended for new Graduate Day program students. At this Session you will receive information from an ISSI International Student Advisor regarding the procedures that you must follow as a student to maintain your visa status. The Session lasts about 45 minutes.



Fall 2013 Graduate Day Immigration Clearance Check-In
Location: 318 Curry Student Center
Time: 10:00am-11:00am

All F-1 and J-1 visa students whom are beginning a new program of study at Northeastern University must attend a mandatory Immigration Clearance Check-In. This Check-In is intended for new students in a Graduate Day program. You will need to bring your I-20 or DS-2019 for your new program to this session so that the ISSI staff can sign it and verify to SEVIS that you are here for your courses. Failure to attend this session can result in your falling out of status with SEVIS.

Please note that you must complete an Online Immigration Form before attending Immigration Clearance. If you fail to complete the form online, then you will delay your ability to complete Immigration Clearance Check-In and thus be able to register for classes, adjust your class schedule, receive your Husky Card, etc. Click the following link to access the form: Online Immigration Form



International Student Resource Fair
Location:
322 Curry Student Center
Time: 10:00am-12:00pm

Explore your options in opening up a bank account or getting cell phone service. Learn about the Northeastern campus and its wonderful resources.



Fall 2013 Graduate Day - SEVIS Session
Location:
318 Curry Student Center
Time: 1:00pm-2:00pm

All F-1 and J-1 visa students whom are beginning a new program of study at Northeastern University must attend a mandatory SEVIS Session. This session is intended for new Graduate Day program students. At this Session you will receive information from an ISSI International Student Advisor regarding the procedures that you must follow as a student to maintain your visa status. The Session lasts about 45 minutes.



Fall 2013 Graduate Day Immigration Clearance Check-In
Location: 318 Curry Student Center
Time: 2:00pm-3:00pm

All F-1 and J-1 visa students whom are beginning a new program of study at Northeastern University must attend a mandatory Immigration Clearance Check-In. This Check-In is intended for new students in a Graduate Day program. You will need to bring your I-20 or DS-2019 for your new program to this session so that the ISSI staff can sign it and verify to SEVIS that you are here for your courses. Failure to attend this session can result in your falling out of status with SEVIS.

Please note that you must complete an Online Immigration Form before attending Immigration Clearance. If you fail to complete the form online, then you will delay your ability to complete Immigration Clearance Check-In and thus be able to register for classes, adjust your class schedule, receive your Husky Card, etc. Click the following link to access the form: Online Immigration Form



Fall 2013 Graduate Day Immigration Clearance Check-In: Last Names Beginning A-M
Location: 318 Curry Student Center
Time: 9:00am-12:00pm

All F-1 and J-1 visa students whom are beginning a new program of study at Northeastern University must attend a mandatory Immigration Clearance Check-In. This Check-In is intended for new students in a Graduate Day program. You will need to bring your I-20 or DS-2019 for your new program to this session so that the ISSI staff can sign it and verify to SEVIS that you are here for your courses. Failure to attend this session can result in your falling out of status with SEVIS.

Please note that you must complete an Online Immigration Form before attending Immigration Clearance. If you fail to complete the form online, then you will delay your ability to complete Immigration Clearance Check-In and thus be able to register for classes, adjust your class schedule, receive your Husky Card, etc. Click the following link to access the form: Online Immigration Form



Fall 2013 Graduate Day Immigration Clearance Check-In: Last Names Beginning N-Z
Location: 318 Curry Student Center
Time: 1:00pm-4:00pm

All F-1 and J-1 visa students whom are beginning a new program of study at Northeastern University must attend a mandatory Immigration Clearance Check-In. This Check-In is intended for new students in a Graduate Day program. You will need to bring your I-20 or DS-2019 for your new program to this session so that the ISSI staff can sign it and verify to SEVIS that you are here for your courses. Failure to attend this session can result in your falling out of status with SEVIS.

Please note that you must complete an Online Immigration Form before attending Immigration Clearance. If you fail to complete the form online, then you will delay your ability to complete Immigration Clearance Check-In and thus be able to register for classes, adjust your class schedule, receive your Husky Card, etc. Click the following link to access the form: Online Immigration Form



Fall 2013 Graduate Day - SEVIS Session
Location:
450 Dodge Hall
Time: 9:00am-10:00am

All F-1 and J-1 visa students whom are beginning a new program of study at Northeastern University must attend a mandatory SEVIS Session. This session is intended for new Graduate Day program students. At this Session you will receive information from an ISSI International Student Advisor regarding the procedures that you must follow as a student to maintain your visa status. The Session lasts about 45 minutes.



Fall 2013 Graduate Day - SEVIS Session
Location:
450 Dodge Hall
Time: 11:00am-12:00pm

All F-1 and J-1 visa students whom are beginning a new program of study at Northeastern University must attend a mandatory SEVIS Session. This session is intended for new Graduate Day program students. At this Session you will receive information from an ISSI International Student Advisor regarding the procedures that you must follow as a student to maintain your visa status. The Session lasts about 45 minutes.



Fall 2013 Graduate Day - SEVIS Session
Location:
450 Dodge Hall
Time: 1:00pm-2:00pm

All F-1 and J-1 visa students whom are beginning a new program of study at Northeastern University must attend a mandatory SEVIS Session. This session is intended for new Graduate Day program students. At this Session you will receive information from an ISSI International Student Advisor regarding the procedures that you must follow as a student to maintain your visa status. The Session lasts about 45 minutes.



Fall 2013 Graduate Day - SEVIS Session
Location:
450 Dodge Hall
Time: 3:00pm-4:00pm

All F-1 and J-1 visa students whom are beginning a new program of study at Northeastern University must attend a mandatory SEVIS Session. This session is intended for new Graduate Day program students. At this Session you will receive information from an ISSI International Student Advisor regarding the procedures that you must follow as a student to maintain your visa status. The Session lasts about 45 minutes.



Fall 2013 Undergraduate Day Freshmen Immigration Clearance Check-In: Last Names Beginning A-M
Location: Curry Student Center Ballroom
Time: 9:00am-12:00pm

All F-1 and J-1 visa students whom are beginning a new program of study at Northeastern University must attend a mandatory Immigration Clearance Check-In. This Check-In is intended for Undergraduate Day New Freshmen. You will need to bring your I-20 or DS-2019 for your new program to this session so that the ISSI staff can sign it and verify to SEVIS that you are here for your courses. Failure to attend this session can result in your falling out of status with SEVIS.

Please note that you must complete an Online Immigration Form before attending Immigration Clearance. If you fail to complete the form online, then you will delay your ability to complete Immigration Clearance Check-In and thus be able to register for classes, adjust your class schedule, receive your Husky Card, etc. Click the following link to access the form: Online Immigration Form



Fall 2013 Undergraduate Day Freshmen Immigration Clearance Check-In: Last Names Beginning N-Z
Location: Curry Student Center Ballroom
Time: 1:00pm-4:00pm

All F-1 and J-1 visa students whom are beginning a new program of study at Northeastern University must attend a mandatory Immigration Clearance Check-In. This Check-In is intended for Undergraduate Day New Freshmen. You will need to bring your I-20 or DS-2019 for your new program to this session so that the ISSI staff can sign it and verify to SEVIS that you are here for your courses. Failure to attend this session can result in your falling out of status with SEVIS.

Please note that you must complete an Online Immigration Form before attending Immigration Clearance. If you fail to complete the form online, then you will delay your ability to complete Immigration Clearance Check-In and thus be able to register for classes, adjust your class schedule, receive your Husky Card, etc. Click the following link to access the form: Online Immigration Form



Fall 2013 Undergraduate Day Transfer Student Immigration Clearance Check-In
Location: Fenway Center
Time: 10:00am-11:30am

All F-1 and J-1 visa students whom are beginning a new program of study at Northeastern University must attend a mandatory Immigration Clearance Check-In. This Check-In is intended for Undergraduate Day New Transfer Students. You will need to bring your I-20 or DS-2019 for your new program to this session so that the ISSI staff can sign it and verify to SEVIS that you are here for your courses. Failure to attend this session can result in your falling out of status with SEVIS.

Please note that you must complete an Online Immigration Form before attending Immigration Clearance. If you fail to complete the form online, then you will delay your ability to complete Immigration Clearance Check-In and thus be able to register for classes, adjust your class schedule, receive your Husky Card, etc. Click the following link to access the form: Online Immigration Form



Fall 2013 Undergraduate Day Transfer Student Immigration Clearance Check-In
Location: Fenway Center
Time: 1:30pm-3:00pm

All F-1 and J-1 visa students whom are beginning a new program of study at Northeastern University must attend a mandatory Immigration Clearance Check-In. This Check-In is intended for Undergraduate Day New Transfer Students. You will need to bring your I-20 or DS-2019 for your new program to this session so that the ISSI staff can sign it and verify to SEVIS that you are here for your courses. Failure to attend this session can result in your falling out of status with SEVIS.

Please note that you must complete an Online Immigration Form before attending Immigration Clearance. If you fail to complete the form online, then you will delay your ability to complete Immigration Clearance Check-In and thus be able to register for classes, adjust your class schedule, receive your Husky Card, etc. Click the following link to access the form: Online Immigration Form



Fall 2013 Undergraduate Day Freshmen SEVIS Session
Location:
318 Curry Student Center
Time: 9:00am

All F-1 and J-1 visa students whom are beginning a new program of study at Northeastern University must attend a mandatory SEVIS Session. This session is intended for new Undergraduate Day program students. At this Session you will receive information from an ISSI International Student Advisor regarding the procedures that you must follow as a student to maintain your visa status. The Session lasts about 45 minutes.



Fall 2013 Undergraduate Day Freshmen SEVIS Session
Location:
318 Curry Student Center
Time: 10:00am

All F-1 and J-1 visa students whom are beginning a new program of study at Northeastern University must attend a mandatory SEVIS Session. This session is intended for new Undergraduate Day program students. At this Session you will receive information from an ISSI International Student Advisor regarding the procedures that you must follow as a student to maintain your visa status. The Session lasts about 45 minutes.



Fall 2013 Undergraduate Day Freshmen SEVIS Session
Location:
318 Curry Student Center
Time: 11:00am

All F-1 and J-1 visa students whom are beginning a new program of study at Northeastern University must attend a mandatory SEVIS Session. This session is intended for new Undergraduate Day program students. At this Session you will receive information from an ISSI International Student Advisor regarding the procedures that you must follow as a student to maintain your visa status. The Session lasts about 45 minutes.



Fall 2013 Undergraduate Day Freshmen SEVIS Session
Location:
318 Curry Student Center
Time: 1:30pm

All F-1 and J-1 visa students whom are beginning a new program of study at Northeastern University must attend a mandatory SEVIS Session. This session is intended for new Undergraduate Day program students. At this Session you will receive information from an ISSI International Student Advisor regarding the procedures that you must follow as a student to maintain your visa status. The Session lasts about 45 minutes.



Fall 2013 Undergraduate Day Freshmen SEVIS Session
Location:
318 Curry Student Center
Time: 2:30pm

All F-1 and J-1 visa students whom are beginning a new program of study at Northeastern University must attend a mandatory SEVIS Session. This session is intended for new Undergraduate Day program students. At this Session you will receive information from an ISSI International Student Advisor regarding the procedures that you must follow as a student to maintain your visa status. The Session lasts about 45 minutes.



Fall 2013 Undergraduate Day Freshmen SEVIS Session
Location:
318 Curry Student Center
Time: 3:30pm

All F-1 and J-1 visa students whom are beginning a new program of study at Northeastern University must attend a mandatory SEVIS Session. This session is intended for new Undergraduate Day program students. At this Session you will receive information from an ISSI International Student Advisor regarding the procedures that you must follow as a student to maintain your visa status. The Session lasts about 45 minutes.



Fall 2013 Undergraduate Day Transfer Student SEVIS Session
Location:
Fenway Center
Time: 9:00am

All F-1 and J-1 visa students whom are beginning a new program of study at Northeastern University must attend a mandatory SEVIS Session. This session is intended for new Undergraduate Day Transfer students. At this Session you will receive information from an ISSI International Student Advisor regarding the procedures that you must follow as a student to maintain your visa status. The Session lasts about 45 minutes.



Fall 2013 Undergraduate Day Transfer Student SEVIS Session
Location:
Fenway Center
Time: 12:30pm

All F-1 and J-1 visa students whom are beginning a new program of study at Northeastern University must attend a mandatory SEVIS Session. This session is intended for new Undergraduate Day Transfer students. At this Session you will receive information from an ISSI International Student Advisor regarding the procedures that you must follow as a student to maintain your visa status. The Session lasts about 45 minutes.



Getting to Know the Campus
Location:
450 Dodge Hall
Time: 4:00pm-5:30pm

Come and learn about all of the resources available to students on the Northeastern Campus. Meet representatives from University Health Services, Public Safety, Snell Library, Student Financial Services, Off Campus Student Resources and many more! Bring your questions and prepare to learn about all of the helpful resources and services your University has to offer.



International Student Welcome Reception for non-CPS Graduates
Location:
Fenway Center
Time: 5:30pm-7:00pm

The ISSI welcomes our new Graduate students to Northeastern University. Come and meet the ISSI staff and many of your fellow new students while enjoying free food and drinks.



International Student & Parent Welcome Reception for Undergraduates
Location:
Curry Student Center Ballroom
Time: 5:30pm-7:00pm

The ISSI welcomes our new Undergraduate students and their parents to Northeastern University. Come and meet the ISSI staff and many of your fellow new students while enjoying free food and drinks.



ISSI Sponsored Shopping Trip: South Bay Shopping Center
Departs from Forsyth Street
Time: Departs every 30 minutes from 10:00am to 6:00pm


To help you adjust to your life in Boston, the ISSI is sponsoring trips to the South Bay Shopping Center so you can select from a wide variety of goods for your new home. The stores you will be able to go to include everything from shoes and clothing, to towels, bed sheets and pillows, to electronics and even supplies for the classroom. Buses will be departing from Forsyth Street (near Chicken Lou's) every half hour from 10:00am until 6:00pm. The ride between Northeastern and the South Bay Shopping Center is about 10-15 minutes in each direction.



New Graduate Student Employment Information Session
Location :
318 Curry Student Center
Time: 3:00pm-4:00pm

Join staff from the ISSI and from the Graduate programs as we review with you everything you need to know about getting started in relation to working in the US while maintaining status on your student visa. This session will cover both on and off-campus employment regualtions, as well as reviewing how to become authroized by both your academic program and the ISSI for co-ops, internships, and on-campus jobs. This session lasts for about one hour.



Roam to Rome: A Trip to Boston's North End
Leaves from:
First Floor Lobby of Ell Hall
Departure: 11:30am
Sign-Up: Online registration required

Immerse yourself in the culture, cuisine, and traditions of Italy at Boston’s North End. Wander the streets of “Little Italy” to partake of the 92nd celebration of the Feast of St. Anthony, which was started by a group of Italians from Montefalcione in 1919. The group will depart promptly at 11:30 a.m. from the Ell Hall Lobby.



Trip to Spectacle Island
Location:
Boston Best Cruises, 190 Atlantic Ave
Time: Departs from First Floor Lobby of Ell Hall at 11:00am

Just 15 minutes from downtown Boston, scenic Spectacle Island is a great place for sight-seeing, hiking, swimming, boating, and learning. We have tickets to the 11:45AM boat and on a return boat at 5:35PM, however if you would like to leave sooner you can take any of the departing boats. Space permitting.



ISSI Cross-Cultural Picnic at the Concord Museum
Time:
10:00am-3:00pm
Sign-Up: Online registration required

As part of the University’s Welcome Week program, we invite you to enjoy a casual picnic luncheon and informal intercultural dialogue at the Concord Museum. Students will then be able to visit the historic Museum and see historical relics of New England including Paul Revere’s original lantern. A boxed picnic lunch will be provided.



Fall 2013 Immigration Clearance Check-In
Location: Curry Student Center Ballroom
Time: 9:00am-11:00am

All F-1 and J-1 visa students whom are beginning a new program of study at Northeastern University must attend a mandatory Immigration Clearance Check-In. This Check-In is available to any new students at Northeastern University. You will need to bring your I-20 or DS-2019 for your new program to this session so that the ISSI staff can sign it and verify to SEVIS that you are here for your courses. Failure to attend this session can result in your falling out of status with SEVIS.

Please note that you must complete an Online Immigration Form before attending Immigration Clearance. If you fail to complete the form online, then you will delay your ability to complete Immigration Clearance Check-In and thus be able to register for classes, adjust your class schedule, receive your Husky Card, etc. Click the following link to access the form: Online Immigration Form



Fall 2013 Immigration Clearance Check-In
Location: Curry Student Center Ballroom
Time: 1:00pm-3:00pm

All F-1 and J-1 visa students whom are beginning a new program of study at Northeastern University must attend a mandatory Immigration Clearance Check-In. This Check-In is available to any new students at Northeastern University. You will need to bring your I-20 or DS-2019 for your new program to this session so that the ISSI staff can sign it and verify to SEVIS that you are here for your courses. Failure to attend this session can result in your falling out of status with SEVIS.

Please note that you must complete an Online Immigration Form before attending Immigration Clearance. If you fail to complete the form online, then you will delay your ability to complete Immigration Clearance Check-In and thus be able to register for classes, adjust your class schedule, receive your Husky Card, etc. Click the following link to access the form: Online Immigration Form



Fall 2013 American Clssroom Immigration Clearance Check-In
Location: 300 Richards Hall
Time: 10:00am-11:30am

All F-1 and J-1 visa students whom are beginning a new program of study at Northeastern University must attend a mandatory Immigration Clearance Check-In. This Check-In is intended new students in the American Classroom program. You will need to bring your I-20 or DS-2019 for your new program to this session so that the ISSI staff can sign it and verify to SEVIS that you are here for your courses. Failure to attend this session can result in your falling out of status with SEVIS.

Please note that you must complete an Online Immigration Form before attending Immigration Clearance. If you fail to complete the form online, then you will delay your ability to complete Immigration Clearance Check-In and thus be able to register for classes, adjust your class schedule, receive your Husky Card, etc. Click the following link to access the form: Online Immigration Form



Welcome Reception for American Classroom, Bachelor Completion and Global Pathways
Location:
Curry Student Center Ballroom
Time: 4:30pm-6:00pm

The ISSI welcomes our new american Classroom, Bachelor Completion and Global Pathways students to Northeastern University. Come and meet the ISSI staff and many of your fellow new students while enjoying free food and drinks.



Fall 2013 American Classroom SEVIS Session
Location:
300 Richards Hall
Time: 9:00am

All F-1 and J-1 visa students whom are beginning a new program of study at Northeastern University must attend a mandatory SEVIS Session. This session is intended for new American Classroom students. At this Session you will receive information from an ISSI International Student Advisor regarding the procedures that you must follow as a student to maintain your visa status. The Session lasts about 45 minutes.



Fall 2013 Global Pathways Immigration Clearance Check-In: Group One
Location: 330 Richards Hall
Time: 9:00am-12:00pm

All F-1 and J-1 visa students whom are beginning a new program of study at Northeastern University must attend a mandatory Immigration Clearance Check-In. This Check-In is intended for new students in Global Pathways. You will need to bring your I-20 for your new program to this session so that the ISSI staff can sign it and verify to SEVIS that you are here for your courses. Failure to attend this session can result in your falling out of status with SEVIS.

Please note that you must complete an Online Immigration Form before attending Immigration Clearance. If you fail to complete the form online, then you will delay your ability to complete Immigration Clearance Check-In and thus be able to register for classes, adjust your class schedule, receive your Husky Card, etc. Click the following link to access the form: Online Immigration Form



Fall 2013 Global Pathways Immigration Clearance Check-In: Group Two
Location: 330 Richards Hall
Time: 1:00pm-4:00pm

All F-1 and J-1 visa students whom are beginning a new program of study at Northeastern University must attend a mandatory Immigration Clearance Check-In. This Check-In is intended for new students in Global Pathways. You will need to bring your I-20 for your new program to this session so that the ISSI staff can sign it and verify to SEVIS that you are here for your courses. Failure to attend this session can result in your falling out of status with SEVIS.

Please note that you must complete an Online Immigration Form before attending Immigration Clearance. If you fail to complete the form online, then you will delay your ability to complete Immigration Clearance Check-In and thus be able to register for classes, adjust your class schedule, receive your Husky Card, etc. Click the following link to access the form: Online Immigration Form



Fall 2013 Global Pathways SEVIS Session
Location:
101 Churchill Hall
Time: 9:00am

All F-1 and J-1 visa students whom are beginning a new program of study at Northeastern University must attend a mandatory SEVIS Session. This session is intended for new Global Pathways students. At this Session you will receive information from an ISSI International Student Advisor regarding the procedures that you must follow as a student to maintain your visa status. The Session lasts about 45 minutes.