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Welcome to Missouri University of Science & Technology's Intensive English Program! We are excited to greet you and introduce you to your new home. Please view the tabs below for what you need to do upon arrival.
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- 5th Step
What: Go to Student Services.
Where: Office of International and Cultural Affairs at 103 Norwood Hall on campus.
Why? To complete the mandatory immigration check-in.
What: Go to the Applied Language Institute.
Where: Southwestern Bell Cultural Center on 1207 N. Elm Street.
Why? To check-in with the Intensive English Program, to receive New Student Orientation dates, and to schedule mandatory English Testing.
• English Testing: Students who are granted conditional Missouri S&T academic admission are tested by the IEP faculty to assess their English language; levels and placed either in full-time enrollment in the Intensive English Program or in full-time academic courses according to the results of the placement testing. English language placement testing is mandatory for all international students who have not satisfied Missouri S&T's English language proficiency requirements.
What: Go to Insurance Services.
Where: Office of International and Cultural Affairs at 104 Norwood Hall on campus.
Why? To purchase the mandatory health insurance.
• Health Insurance: All non-immigrant F-1 students are required to enroll in the mandatory international student health insurance program selected by the University of Missouri System. J-1 and J-2 students are required to purchase insurance which meets the requirements of the U.S. Department of State.
What: Go to Residential Life (if you have met the on-campus housing requirements).
Where: 205 W. 12th Street.
Why? To check-in for your student housing.
*You may also find living accommodations through local real-estate agencies.