The latest news on international students
Respond to coaches’ phone calls and emails to convey interest as a prospective U.S. student-athlete.
Building credit takes on-time payments, but there are ways international students can start.
Prospective international students should research the location of U.S. graduate programs carefully.
Bring your hobbies and do your laundry regularly to help settle in as you’re studying in the U.S.
Visit friends who live nearby and take road trips to explore the U.S.
Be yourself and get involved on campus while studying in the U.S.
Reach out for help with class work to get to know your American professors.
Join a study group and be selective about note taking to balance your U.S. college workload.
Don’t tell yourself you’ll get involved on campus or visit professors next year—do it now.
Prepare for healthcare costs and work on a budget for the second year early, students recommend.