Welcome to International Programs - International Student Services
Welcome International Students!
Cal State Fullerton is excited to welcome newly admitted international students from over 80 countries.
International Coffeebreak is Here Again!
Join us every other Wednesday from 1:00pm to 2:00pm at Aloha Java Cafe patio area to meet students from all over the world, or share your experience as a study abroad or international student.
Become a VIP!
These VIPs help welcome newly admitted international students at International Student Orientation seminars.
California State University Fullerton Graduates celebrating their Commencement Ceremony.
Welcome to International Programs & Global Engagement: International Student & Scholars
Our office provides information and assistance to (i) F-1 or J-1 international students attending Cal State Fullerton; (ii) CSUF students planning to study abroad; and (iii) exchange visitors including research scholars and visiting professors. Our website includes resources, such as, arriving to CSUF, travelling overseas, employment, health insurance, scholarships, maintaining F-1 or J-1 visa statuses, letters and forms, and much more. Because immigration details can become quite complex, we invite you to come to our office during Walk In hours to see an advisor or by individual appointment.
News and Events
Internships & Curricular Practical Training (CPT) for F1 Students:
Sign Up NOW for ONE of these workshops!
Monday, Jan. 25, 10:00-11:30am, TSU Alvarado B
Friday, Jan. 29, 10:30am-12:00pm, TSU Hetebrink AB
If you are planning on an internship for Spring or Summer 2016, attend one of these mandatory workshops. Please sign up by sending an email to email@example.com (Subject: CPT, Date, Name & CSUF ID)
Working in the US Series: Ins & Outs of On Campus Employment WEBINAR
Monday, January 25th, 1pm-2:30pm, ONLINE WEBINAR
To join this webinar, go to: http://goo.gl/jzKHfI
(You must RSVP on Titan Connection by Thursday, January 21st at 5pm to receive the webinar link)
Learn the ins and outs of how to apply for an on campus position, develop a resume and cover letter, and apply for a social security number. You must RSVP (sign up) on Titan Connection by Thursday, January 21st at 5pm to receive the webinar link. Contact Michelle Levy with any questions at firstname.lastname@example.org or (657) 278 -3121.
International Coffeebreak for Spring 2016 begins Wednesday, January 27, 1pm-2pm
at Aloha Java Patio(between University Hall and Humanities Building)
Coffee Break will continue every other Wednesday (Feb. 10, 24, etc) throughout the semester at the tables by Aloha Java Cafe -- weather permitting.
Take a break between classes and come network! Join us, the VIPs (Volunteer International Peers) and meet the staff from International Programs & Global Engagement. You don't need to buy any beverage. Just stop by and say "hello."
Reduced Course Load (RCL)  - Spring 2016 Deadline: January 29
Deadline for Adding/Dropping Classes WITH late fee: Monday, February 8
Please note that in order to maintain your F1 or J1 status, you must be enrolled full-time each semester.If you are not enrolled full-time, please make sure you have submitted a "Reduced Course Load"(RCL) Form to the International office BEFORE January 29
Phone, Fax, and Email:
Phone: +1 (657) 278-2787
Fax: +1 (657) 278-7292
Monday to Friday
8 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Fall 2015 Advising Hours for International Students
By Appointment Only. Please call or send email to request an appointment.
International Students & Scholars Office is located on the second floor of University Hall (UH), room 244.
Campus Closure during Fall 2015
The entire campus will be closed on following days, including the International Students & Scholars Office.
- September 7 — Labor Day
- November 11 — Veterans Day
- November 23 - 25 — NO CLASSES; CAMPUS OPEN
- November 26 - 28 — NO CLASSES; CAMPUS CLOSED