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UTSA Revives Study Abroad in Mexico

Nicole Poole grew up in Detroit, Michigan, studying Diego Rivera’s “Detroit Industry,” which covers the four walls of Rivera Court, covering 375 square meters within the Detroit Institute of Arts.

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Registration

What You Will Need in Order to Register:

  • Computer with access to the Internet
  • Your UTSA student BANNER ID number (@01234567) and your myUTSA ID (abc123)
  • Review your Welcome Letter from International Student Services for the above information or call Enrollment Services at (210) 458-8000
  • Graduate, Undergraduate and IEP/Conditionally admitted students should attend Spring 2017 Orientation

 

Early Check-In:

Early check-in is available for the new students who meet the following criteria:

  • F-1/J-1 visa students who have completed their SEVIS transfer from their previous U.S. college or university and who have received their I-20/DS-2019 from UTSA
  • All other visa types who are currently in the U.S. or attending a U.S. college or university

Note: High school students must attend New International Student Orientation. High school students with an F-1 visa are NOT eligible for Early Check-in. High school students who hold another visa type may be eligible for Early Check-in. Call the Office of International Programs at 210-458-7202.

If you meet the above criteria for early check-in, register using the Early Check-in Registration Form.

Spring Orientation

    New Undergraduate Students: Reserve your spot by logging into ASAP.  Your reservation for Roadrunner Roundup will register you in UTSA's new student orientation. Learn how to prepare for your arrival on campus by Getting Rowdy Ready.
    New Graduate Students: Register with The Graduate School for new student orientation. The Office of International Programs will be present at this orientation to do immigration check-in.
    IEP/Conditionally Admitted Students: Attend immigration check-in on Monday, January 2, 2017.  This is a mandatory event for new international students and will begin promptly at 9 AM on Monday morning.  Please contact ESLservices@utsa.edu

Immigration Check-in for CAP Students

Students who hold a non-immigrant visa and who have been admitted into the Coordinated Admissions Program (CAP) may participate in an immigration check-in session during their CAP Orientation.

Remember to bring your immigration documents to the immigration session.

Immigration documents include:

  • Your passport
  • Your visa
  • An I-94
  • Your I-20 from UTSA
  • and any USCIS notices that you may have.

 

 

 

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