Frequently Asked Questions for International Undergraduate Students
- How To Apply
All International Students and Exchange visitors will be required to pay a $350 SEVIS fee before being granted an F-1 or J-1 Visa.More Important Information about SEVIS
Appointment at the American Embassy and the Visa interview
After receiving the Form I-20 from the university, the student should pay the SEVIS fee and make an appointment with the American Embassy/Consulate in his/her home country.
Finances and expenses
Tuition, Health Insurance, Housing Fees & Food FeesLearn More About Expenses
International Undergraduate Scholarship OpportunitiesLearn More About Scholarships
Living in one of our residence halls enables you to participate in a well-rounded educational experience that caters to your personal and professional development.Learn More about living on campus
Medical Records and Health Insurance
Health Insurance and Immunization information for International studentsLearn More about Medical and Health Insurance
How do I defer my admission?
If you are unable to attend the university for the semester you applied, please notify us by email at intUGadm@newhaven.edu. If you plan to enroll in a future semester, you will need to submit a new application for that term. You will not need to resubmit all of your documents. However, you will be required to submit new financials and any updated transcripts.
University Immigration Services
The Office of University Immigration Services (UIS) provides document services and visa advising to the University’s diverse international student and scholar population throughout their visa status life cycle from the issuance of the I-20 or DS-2019 until the end of post-program periods of practical training.Learn More about UIS