As a truly global university, St. John’s is committed to the success of the international students and scholars who comprise an essential part of our diverse community. This page summarizes our many services and supports, starting with admissions and immigration guidance, and on through assistance adjusting to studying and living in the U.S.
Would you like to earn a degree at St. John’s, joining over 1,200 international students from more than 100 countries?
Are you a student at one of our international exchange partner universities, and would you like to spend a semester or year at St. John’s?
Do you have questions about visas and immigration, or about taking advantage of career-placement opportunities in the U.S., like OPT and CPT? Our office is here to help.
Do you need to improve or refine your English language skills? Are you studying modern language and need a tutor or language lab? Follow the links to find credit and non-credit English and modern language support.
Are you looking for additional ways to learn more about U.S. academic and social culture, or would you just like to practice English? Or are you a first-year student looking for a mentorship program?
Are you a member of the St. John’s community who’d like to welcome a visiting scholar, or are you a prospective visiting scholar looking for immigration guidance?