Deadlines and Schedule
|>> Quarterly Schedule|
|>> Application Deadlines|
|>> Mandatory New Student Orientation|
The IEP follows the university’s quarterly schedule with an average of 10 weeks of classes fall, winter, spring and summer quarters. A total of 212 hours of instruction is offered each quarter.
|Spring 2014||March 31-April 1||April 2||June 11|
|Summer 2014||June 23– 24||June 25||August 20|
|Fall 2014||September 22-23||September 24||December 10|
|Winter 2015||January 5-6||January 7||March 18|
|Spring 2015||March 30-31||April 1||June 10|
|Summer 2015||June 22-23||June 24||August 19|
|Fall 2015||September 21-22||September 23||December 9|
A student cannot apply for their visa until they have applied, been accepted, and received an I-20 from the Intensive English Program. We recommend students apply to the IEP 2 months before the program start date or earlier, in order to ensure housing and spaces in IEP classes are available.
On-campus housing is very limited and students cannot apply for housing until they have received a visa to the United States. Housing deadlines can be found here. To apply for on-campus housing or for housing questions, please send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Transfer Students or U.S. citizens:
Transfer students in the U.S. with a valid I-20 or U.S. citizens must apply at least 1 month before the program start date
Students outside the U.S.:
Students outside the U.S. who do not have a visa or I-20 must apply at least 2 months before the program start date
Applications submitted after these deadlines will only be considered on a space-available basis.
Orientation takes place every quarter for new students and it is required. Students living on-campus should also attend the housing orientation that takes place the Sunday before the IEP orientation.
* See the quarterly schedule for exact dates of orientation. New students who are not able to attend the orientation should defer enrollment to the following quarter. Please contact the IEP office if this is the case.
What to bring to orientation…
- Passport and current VISA
- Your new U.S. address and/or phone number
- Proof of health insurance in English if you have it
- E-mail address
- Parent or emergency contact information in your home country, including a current e-mail address and/or phone number
What you can expect at orientation…
- Assessment to place you in the correct level
- Advising (immigration, safety, etc.)
- Introduction to campus life and resources
- Familiarization about academic and program expectations
- Meetings with other international students
- Getting to know the IEP Director, instructors, and staff members
How to dress…
Wear comfortable walking shoes as you will be required to travel to various locations across campus. Dress in layers, you will be spending time both indoors and outside.
For your personal comfort, you may want to consider bringing a refillable water bottle and a light snack for during the day. We discourage bringing personal items to the Orientation program and are not responsible for lost items.