International Scholars & Students
Rutgers Global - ISSS is open but most of our staff are working remotely. We continue to deliver all our programs and services.
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Rutgers Global–International Student and Scholar Services offers international students advising on immigration and visa processing, but we provide you with much more than that. Our dedicated student advisers serve about 8,000 international students from 125 countries enrolled in Rutgers–New Brunswick and RBHS.
Advising Hours: Please review our updated advising hours: Contact Information & Student Advising Services
Rutgers–Newark international students should visit the Office of International Student and Scholar Services for advising and services.
Rutgers–Camden international students should visit the Office of International Students for advising and services.
Academic Status and ChangesLEARN MORE
Academic Status and Changes
Do you want to change your program, change degree level, or otherwise update your program information on your immigration documents? You have to complete a few steps. Find out how.
Interested in finding a work or internship opportunity during or following your studies? Learn more about eligibility, application procedures, and work authorization.
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RGlobal is an online portal that enables international students and scholars to complete the essential steps to maintain their legal status, request work authorizations, signatures, and more.
Life at RutgersLEARN MORE
Life at Rutgers
You've gotten admitted, taken placement and language exams, packed your suitcase, and planned your flight. What happens when you get to campus?
What Do Students Think?
How does ISSS help students? In this clip from our TV show, Rutgers Around the World, Gian Bacquerizo, a Class of 2016 alum from Ecuador, talks about his time at Rutgers and his experiences with the center.