During International Student Orientation, undergraduate students will complete math and English placement testing before attending the academic advising session. Students with transfer credit for math and/or English or official SAT scores may be exempt from testing.
Graduate students and non-degree visiting or exchange students may enroll in classes after admission to the University and after consulting the assigned academic advisor or graduate program coordinator stated in your admission letter. You are still required to attend International Student Orientation, but you will be exempt from the academic advising session.
If you did not submit your official final transcript and official graduation certificate or diploma before your departure, you must submit these documents before enrolling in classes.