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International Student Services (ISS) offers a wide variety of services and programs to international students at the University of Wisconsin-Madison. The ISS staff provides information and programs to international students about the campus and community and provide support and assistance concerning visas and related immigration issues.
ISS Welcome, Information & Document Scanning
Room 217 Red Gym, Lobby & Waiting Room of ISS
Please visit ISS for questions and helpful information from about being a new arrival to the University of Wisconsin-Madison. Complete your required document scanning:
And receive the orange receipt necessary for orientation!
International Student Spring 2015 Orientation
Friday, January 16, 2015
9:30 amâ€“ 12:00 pm (On Wisconsin Room A, Red Gym)
***For International Undergraduate, International Transfer, andÂ International Graduate & Professional Students***
International Orientation will be held on Friday, January 16th in the Media Room, Red Gym.Â All new international students should attend orientation to complete mandatory check in for SEVIS. We will provide an opportunity to meet the ISS Staff, review visa regulations and close with a Welcome Reception immediately following the session.
Please be advised that you must attend the full information session so be sure to arrange your schedule accordingly.
Friday, January 16, 2015Â
12:00 â€“ 1:30 pm (On Wisconsin Rooms B & C, Red Gym)
Please join us for a Welcome Event immediately following the required orientation.Â Student Organizations are usually on hand to talk about getting involved and adjustment to campus. Refreshments will be served. No Registration is necessary.
Exchange & Visiting International Student Orientation
Thursday, January 15, 2015 9:00 am â€“ 4:00 pm, Gordon Dining & Event Center
Individual schedules for full day Exchange and Visiting Student Orientation will be provided by your exchange coordinator prior to arriving at UW-Madison.
ESL Student Orientation
Why must you attend Orientation? The International Orientation is MANDATORY and is designed specifically to address the needs of international students. The US Department of Homeland Security requires international student visa holders to register with their school prior to beginning their academic program in the U.S.Â By attending an ISS Orientation, you will be completing this mandatory obligation.Â