- Associate Provost Int'l Programs
- Int'l Degree & Education Abroad
- Int'l Student Advising & Services
- Int'l Scholar & Faculty Services
The Division of International Programs seeks to foster, coordinate and advocate for programs and services that have an international dimension. IP is a creative catalyst to help OSU become a premier international university, with its mission reflecting global interdependence and the increasingly international basis of Oregon's economy. IP engages in entrepreneurial efforts to provide the resources necessary to support its mission.
International Programs consists of three units under the APIP and is located in two buildings: University Plaza (UP) and the International Living - Learning Center (ILLC).
International Programs collaborates closely with INTO OSU and its three units
The Associate Provost guides OSU's internationalization efforts, manages international initiatives, such as international partnerships and agreements, supports international research and regional foci, and cultivates global engagement. In addition, the Associate Provost oversees the units below.
Administers, promotes, and advises OSU students, faculty, and community members on opportunities related to the International Degree program, study abroad, international internships and service learning, and education abroad scholarships and fellowships. IDEA supports OSU faculty and staff who propose and administer department-level student exchange programs and faculty-led education abroad programs. IDEA prepares OSU students to graduate from OSU with enhanced global awareness and intercultural skills, which are necessary to excel in a globally competitive job market. IDEA coordinates the Education Abroad Committee which ensures that OSU education abroad programming aligns with the high standards and best practices set by the Standards Development Organization for Education Abroad.
International Student Advising and Services (ISAS) furthers the internationalization of the university and the community by providing services to more than 3200 international students in degree, exchange, and INTO OSU English and Academic Preparation programs from around the world. ISAS helps international students and their families navigate the complex systems of government rules and institutional policies so that they can have more successful academic and personal experiences at OSU and in the United States. In collaboration with our campus partners, we provide new and ongoing orientations and workshops, both on-campus and online. We provide individual and group advising and referrals for international students regarding visa matters, travel, scholarships and financial issues, housing issues, health and safety concerns, employment, enrollment issues, academic success, US taxes, dependents, cultural adjustment, accessing university resources, and more. ISAS works closely with INTO OSU to meet the specific needs of the lower level language populations. With our diverse and knowledgeable staff, we strive to provide quality and culturally-relevant assistance and support to all of our stakeholders.
ISFS is the central campus resource for hosting international visitors and/or hiring international employees. ISFS advises international scholars on visa and immigration issues and provides resources on working abroad.
Manages international student admission to intensive English, academic preparation, undergraduate and MBA programs.
Coordinates new international student orientation and a wide range of programming.
OSU's unique partnership with INTO OSU opens the doors for more international students to join the OSU community. Manages the curriculum, instruction and advising related to the intensive English and academic preparation programs.