Advising International Students
International Student Office (ISO)
Location: Reno Hall 46
Click here to for ISO webpage
International students must be full-time.
Undergraduate and Post-Degree students must be registered for 12 credit hours or more.
Graduate students must be registered for 9 credit hours (or take courses that will result in a full load.)
Students do not need to be full-time in their final semester. Note, if student are only registered for one course, it may not be online.
International students may register part-time or take vacation in the Summer term, if the Summer term is generally an off-term for other students in the program.
International students should consult with the International Student Office before dropping any courses!
(In general, an international student is allowed ONE drop for academic difficulty.)
English Proficiency Testing and Placement
UDM uses the ACT Compass® ESL test in place of the TOEFL.
Click here for more information.
American Language and Culture Program (ALCP) Courses
|Undergraduate and Post-Degree||Additional Academic Credits Student May Register for|
|ALCP 1010||No additional credits|
|ALCP 2010||6 additional credits|
|ALCP 3150||9 additional credits|
|ALCP 5101||No additional credits|
|ALCP 5201||3 additional credits|
|6 additional credits|
Contact Michael Morgan (firstname.lastname@example.org) for additional information.
Undergraduate students cannot participate in co-op until junior year.
Graduate and Undergraduate/Post-Degree students must have maintained status for at least 2 semesters to be eligible for co-op
Students with F-1 visas can work up to three full-time co-ops, or six part-time co-ops.
International students wishing to do co-op must get approval from the ISO office.