In this webinar, we blend current student retention research and trends with a close look at how three distinct institutions approach international student retention. They share how their campuses identify student risks and needs, match interventions with those needs, and demonstrate how these efforts impact current international student populations and campus retention data. This webinar will help participants map their own quest toward a more strategic way of addressing and supporting retention efforts on their campus. Please join Heather Housley of Georgia State University, Teter Kapan of Chemeketa Community College, and Sheila Schulte of the Georgia Institute of Technology as they demonstrate the “how to” of international student retention.
Developed to assist international enrollment management (IEM) professionals in working with international applicants, this book provides an overview of issues related to international admissions.
Providing perspectives from the admissions and alumni offices, presenters Anne Corriveau, Kati Reusche, and Cynthia Stenger Riplinger share best practices for building an effective and sustainable network of international alumni on your campus. Participants will learn how to address the challenges of engaging alumni as a cross-departmental effort, as well as develop an ongoing volunteer training to ensure quality and consistent messaging.
A brief overview of the changes in immigration law, policy, procedure, and practice over the past year. Topics include F and M student and school policy; SEVIS, exchange visitors; scholar and employment-based topics; visas, entry, and travel; and cross-category topics.
A Fall 2016 update to the brief overview of the changes in immigration law, policy, procedure, and practice over the past year released in May 2016. Topics include F and M student and school policy; SEVIS, exchange visitors; scholar and employment-based topics; visas, entry, and travel; and cross-category topics.