Welcome and congratulations on being admitted to UCR!
The International Student Resource Center provides assistance to UCR's international students and their dependents. ISRC advisors participate in national networks to provide UCR's international clients with up-to-date expertise on cultural adjustment and non-immigrant visa and travel issues. Information on maximizing opportunities and how to best meet obligations under each visa category is available at our office. Students who have been accepted into UCR should take a moment to view the information for international students on this website. Here you can view campus information on class registration, orientation, and other valuable information. Students interested in learning more about the University of California reciprocal exchange program can visit the University-wide Office of EAP website for more information We look forward to meeting you at our orientation program.
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The following is a list of logistical information that all newly admitted students must review:
- New Student Orientation & Arrival Information
- International Student Handbook
- Transferring F-1/J-1 Status From Another US School
- Applying for a US Entry Visa & SEVIS Fee Information
- Housing, Childcare, and Taxes
- Health Matters & Money Matters
- Testing for Graduate Students
- Academic Advising, Course Registration, and Obtaining a UCR ID Card
- International Peer Advisors and Student Organizations
Once you've looked through the above links, we suggest you visit some of these useful websites:
- Graduate Division
- Department of Homeland Security
- Department of State
- Immigration and Customs Enforcement
In case of an emergency when the International Student Resource Center is closed, you may call Campus Police at (951) 827-5222.