U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) regulations require that you check in with International Student and Scholar Services (ISSS) upon your arrival to Kansas State University. The ISSS is located at the corner of Mid-Campus and Claflin Drive.
It is very important that you come to the ISSS to check in so that we know you have arrived on campus. Please be sure to bring ALL your immigration documents with you when you come to the ISSS for your check-in session. These documents include your passport, I-94 card or electronic print-out and I-20 or DS-2019.
Once you arrive at our office to check-in we will make copies of your immigration documents and review the student check-in list with you. This check-list includes information on obtaining your student I.D. card, English Language Program testing, and information about TB testing, as well as other important information and is an important part of our check-in process.
Please click on the link below to view our Spring 2014 Check-in dates:
In addition to our check-in, you are required to attend the International Student Orientation. During orientation you will be given valuable information regarding immigration regulations, health care, the English Language Program as well as the various student services available at Kansas State University and the International Student and Scholar Services office. Please click on the link below to view our Spring 2014 orientation schedule:
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Click on the link below to view our new student orienation guide. Here you will find information and links to resources that have been created to help make your adjustment to Kansas State University and the community of Manhattan as simple and stress-free as possible. information on campus safety, international grocery stores in Manhattan, driver's license information, and our shopping shuttle schedule are just some of the helpful resources you will find in our orienation guide. Also, please feel free to contact our office directly if you have any questions.