OISS’s website is the best place for international students to find resources that can help their adjustment into the culture of United States.
CVIP promotes mutual cross-cultural education, understanding, appreciation, and friendship between the greater Lansing community and Michigan State University’s international students, scholars, and their families through a variety of programs and services. The programs and services are free and open to all MSU international students and scholars.
ISSP is a free program supported by Morneau Shepell and MSU for international students and scholars that is created to support them while living in the United States. International students may call or chat with an International Student & Scholar Support Advisor at any time (24 hours a day/7 days a week) to receive immediate support or to schedule an appointment in the future. They can connect with an advisor who speaks their languages and understands their culture, including the challenges they face while living in the United States.
If you need to get your documents translated, there are more than 30 translating agencies around Michigan that can help to translate any non-English document you have.
International student clubs are registered clubs at MSU that consist of clubs from all over the world.
The ELC at MSU provides academic and non-academic programs that help international students to learn English in an English speaking environment.
7. Forms Index
Any form from OPT, I-20, driver’s license, SEVIS, visa, and everything that international students need, can be accessed using the link.
Moving to a place that is outside of your comfort zone is very challenging. Everything is new and you are unfamiliar to it. This article from MSU OISS can help international students to make their transition process to both United States and MSU a little bit smoother and enjoyable.