University of New Hampshire: We are looking forward to welcoming our students back to campus this fall semester after an intensive past several months of preparation.
Last week, as you may have been aware, international students enrolled at an institution that planned to be online this fall were in jeopardy of deportation. The president of our university and our international student advisors worked alongside many other institutions to fight and lobby on the behalf of your students with success. We are pleased with the outcome and will continue to support your students at UNH.
- I20s: If a student would like to know their status of their I20, they must contact their immigration advisor directly. Once a student accepts their offer of admission, they will receive an email from the advisor and should make sure to look for their emails as they may be time sensitive.
- Deferrals: If a student would like to defer, they must contact us directly at firstname.lastname@example.org.
- Appointments: Many of our professional master’s programs (IT, CSE, MBA, etc.) host regular information sessions or 1-on-1 appointments that we encourage your students to join.
Please contact VNIS Education for further assistance.