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The Center for Student Involvement and International Programs and Services are ready to help you get acclimated to life in the United States and at Lynn. This section has been prepared specifically to help international students successfully transition to life at Lynn University. If you need further assistance, you may find the International Programs and Services website helpful.  
 
New international student check-in: Aug. 17, 2022
You will receive an email in June with instructions to book your check-in date and time for either Aug. 17 or Aug. 18.
During check-in, you will receive your student ID, room key, and complete all remaining University processes required. Explore the checklist tab to view all mandatory forms that must be completed prior to arrival.
 
International student orientation: Aug. 18, 2022
This is a required program for all incoming international students.
Hear from International Programs and Services about life in the United States. Learn about health and safety, academic rules, cultural transitions and more!
 
New student Welcome Weekend: Aug. 19—Aug. 21, 2022
This is a required program for all incoming students.
Welcome Weekend is a transitional program for incoming students that covers important topics such as student life, academics, and safety and well-being. During Welcome Weekend you will work with your Peer Leader–an upper class student who is here to help you along your journey! In your small groups you will meet new classmates, get to know the staff, and learn about how to be a successful Lynn student.  

1. Obtain an I-20

  • The International Programs and Services office will send you a form I-20 once you are admitted to an academic program and have submitted all of the required documents. جواهر

2. Pay the SEVIS I-901 fee

3. Make a visa appointment (Canadian & Bermudian Citizens do not require an F-1 visa)

  • Contact a U.S. embassy or consular office to schedule a visa appointment; visit the embassy’s website to learn how to schedule a visa appointment.
  • It is best to apply early to make sure there is enough time for the visa to be processed.

4. Complete a visa application

5. Bring the following documents to your visa appointment

  • A passport valid for at least 6 months
  • Printed form I-20
  • Letter of admission from Lynn University (a copy is okay)
  • Completed visa application (DS-160 or the printed confirmation page)
  • Two 2” x 2” photographs
  • The SEVIS I-901 fee payment receipt
  • Financial documents that show you have sufficient funds to cover all expenses listed on your form I-20
  • Any information that proves you will return to your home country after completing your studies (proof of property ownership, business ownership, future employment, strong family ties) google play download
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Spring 2022
If you are planning to live on campus Spring 2022, click here to learn how to apply for housing.   Students who have less than 60 earned credit hours are required to live on campus.
However, if you wish to live off campus for the 2021-2022 academic year, please fill out the request to be released form .
 
Fall 2022
If you are planning to live on campus Fall 2022, click here to learn how to apply for housing. نظام نور للطلاب
Students who have less than 60 earned credit hours are required to live on campus. سينمانا الاصلي
However, if you wish to live off campus for the 2022-2023 academic year, please fill out the request to be released form .
 
Please read the timeline to ensure you complete the necessary steps to be eligible for your space within University owned or operated facilities next year.
 
We believe that providing students to opportunity to connect with their incoming classmates and select their own roommate(s) helps to create a positive start to their residential experience. The first step to communicating with other incoming first-year and transfer students is to opt in to the RoomeeZ program.
 
The Office of Housing and Residence Life (HRL) strives to create a home away from home where everyone belongs. They are dedicated to promoting a safe and positive learning environment in which healthy relationships are formed, individual differences are appreciated, and residents are encouraged to take an active role in their community and education. For more information on housing options, a list of what to bring, and other important information, be sure to check out the HRL Website.
All students must have a Lynn University Campus ID Card. Please d ownload the Cbord Get App & upload a picture for your student ID.
 
Prior to USA arrival
After USA arrival
The following medical forms are required for enrollment for all residents (students who will be living on campus). Please complete the following forms and send to the Health Center.
Methods to send:
  1. Upload and submit using Health Center Mandatory Form Upload
  2. Scan and email to HealthCenter@lynn.edu
  3. Send via postal mail to:
    Lynn University Health Center
    3601 N. Military Trail
    Boca Raton, FL 33431
  4. Fax to +1 (561) 237-7116

All international students are required to take the health insurance policy from Lynn University. As a part of the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act (PPACA), all students at Lynn University are required to have health insurance. International students are not eligible to waive out of the health insurance program. (add link to the Summary of Benefits or the United Health Lynn site where they can print their own ID cards, etc.) متجر بلاي

 

All students are required to complete the Emergency Contact Form . The information will be used only for emergency notification purposes. In the event of an emergency, students will be contacted via a combinations of voice messages, email, and/or text messages.

 

All student cars must be registered with the university. If you intend to park a car on campus, please complete the Vehicle Registration Form .
Visit the checklist tab to make sure you have completed the following as soon as possible. Ensure all of your financial paperwork is completed. For guidance, explore the Student Financial Services - Your Journey .
Starting in July 2022  visit the checklist tab to complete all of your required paperwork. Above is an additional breakdown per department. سوق بلي

  • Pay the SEVIS I-901 fee once you receive your I-20. You can pay the fee online with a credit card at www.fmjfee.com. Be sure to print the receipt notice and keep it with you when you travel.
  • Make an appointment at a U.S. Embassy or Consulate and apply for an F-1 visa.
  • You must arrive in the U.S. no later than the program start date listed on the first page of your I-20.
  • You may enter the U.S. up to 30-days prior to the program start date listed on the first page of your I-20.
  • Keep all of your immigration documents with you and in a safe place while you are traveling. DO NOT place any immigration documents in your checked luggage!
  • NOTE: If you have more than one U.S. visa, be sure to show the Officer at the Port of Entry for your F-1 visa.
  • IMPORTANT: If the Officer at the U.S. Port of Entry gives you an I-515A form, please bring this form with all of your original documents to the International Student Services as soon as you arrive on campus. This is an urgent matter that needs to be addressed immediately. 
At the Port of Entry
 
Be prepared to present the following documents at the U.S. Port of Entry:
  • Current Passport
  • U.S. F-1 visa
  • Printed form I-20
  • I-901 SEVIS fee receipt printout
  • Copy of your Lynn University admission letter
  • Passport, F-2 visa and original I-20 for your spouse or children (if applicable)

At the U.S. Port of Entry, a Customs and Border Protection Officer will review your documents and admit you to the United States. Be sure that you are admitted in the correct immigration status F1/DS (F2/DS for dependents if applicable).

 

To verify that you have been admitted in the correct immigration status, you can retrieve your electronic form I-94 (arrival record). Click here to go to the official I-94 website. Click on “Get Most Recent I-94” and enter your information as it appears on your passport. If you have issues retrieving your electronic I-94 or if the information is incorrect, please send an email to ips@lynn.edu for assistance.

 
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