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OPT & CPT Workshops

‌‌Are you panning to apply for OPT or CPT? If so, the next two workshops will be held:

CPT: February 25, 2015
3:30-4:30 PM

OPT: February 26, 2015
12:00-1:00 PM

Location: 104 Centennial Hall

Current Students

If you are a current International student, we invite you to get involved!  The Office of International Affairs wants to help you make the most of your time in the United States and on the campus of Missouri S&T.  We sponsor the International Student Organization, the Celebration of Nations event, and numerous clubs representing individual countries.  We hope that you will join these organizations and participate in the activities we sponsor throughout the year.  These are great opportunities to share your culture with the campus and the community.

Of course, we are also here to help with visa issues, insurance, and all the other things that go along with being an international student.  We have tried to assemble information on this website that benefits you, and we hope that you can find the answers to many of your questions right here.  But if you need additional information, our office is ready to assist.  To ask a question or to schedule an appointment with your advisor, please send us an e-mail or stop by our offices in Norwood Hall.

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