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Although the 2019-20 academic year marked the fourth year in a row with over a million international students in the U.S., never have the contributions these students make to our classrooms and communities drawn more attention than in the last 30 days.
This webinar provides an overview of the main types of visa holders universities welcome, focusing primarily on F-1 international students. A thorough overview of the July 2020 ICE policy guidance and subsequent national response is discussed along with a summary of other recent and expected immigration policy changes and implications for the higher education community.
- Identify the common visa types permitting study, research, and employment on U.S. campuses.
- Review recent and expected immigration policy updates and their implications for students and HEIs.
- Describe F-1 international student enrollment trends and data on F-1 student contributions.
Higher Education Administrators, International Students, International Student Supervisors, Faculty, Staff
Meet the Presenter
Jeannie Jaworski, MEd - Nova Southeastern University
Jeannie Jaworski is a scholar-practitioner with a decade of experience in the field of international education. She currently oversees international student and scholar services, education abroad programming, and a global engagement leadership development and academic minor program at Nova Southeastern University.