Schedule an Advising Appointment

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The Office of Global Engagement is open 8:00 am to 5:00 pm Monday to Friday. We kindly request all visitors to wear a mask (available at the main entrance). We recommend scheduling an appointment with your advisor in advance. Physical documents may be picked up from 11:30 am to 1:30 pm without an appointment.

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Advising appointments are for students who are currently admitted to USU. If you are an international student, not yet admitted, please email study@usu.edu. If you have applied and paid the application fee, please contact usuintl@usu.edu.

Abby Butikofer on a study abroad trip in Europe.
Do you want to study abroad?
For general questions, email studyabroad@usu.edu.

Katie Davidson, Senior Study Abroad Advisor
  • Incoming exchange student advising
  • Outgoing exchange student advising
Abby Burnham, Study Abroad Peer Advisor
  • Initial Study Abroad advising
  • Faculty-led, direct, and independent program advising
Gunbharpur Gill, Kanak Tenguria, and other USU international students enjoying a picnic.
Are you an International Student, Scholar, or Visitor (F or J visa)?
For general questions, email internationalstudents@usu.edu.

Schedule your appointment with an immigration advisor. Be sure to submit the corresponding request in the ISSS Portal at least 48 hours before your appointment.

Ashley Maeda
  • F-1 Students in active status, last name starting with A - L
  • Sponsored students
Suzanne Mitri
  • F-1 Students in active status, last name starting with M - Z
  • J-1 Students
Christopher Cameron
  • F-1 Visa Students in initial status
  • Initial Forms I-20/DS-2019
Shelly Ortiz
  • Visiting Scholars
  • Fulbright Students & Scholars
Bonny Lu
  • Club Advising

Important Disclaimer

As an international student, the maintenance of your legal status is ultimately your responsibility. It is your responsibility to understand and follow the rules and regulations that govern your status and visa (e.g., 8 CFR § 214.2(f)). The Office of Global Engagement (“GE”) and International Student & Scholar Services provide support and information related to U.S. immigration laws and regulations related to F and J status at Utah State University but are not ultimately responsible for your status and visa. GE and ISSS staff are not attorneys and any information provided by GE and ISSS should not be construed as legal advice. Individuals are welcome to consult a qualified immigration attorney for specific legal advice, particularly in complicated cases.