- International Student and Scholar Services
- Additional English Testing
- Arrival and Temporary Housing
- Applying for a Student Visa
- Campus Involvement
- Financial Matters
- Conversation Partner Program
- International Student Enrollment
- International Student Organization
- ISSS Staff
- Student Discussion Group
- Medical Information
- Semester Housing
- SEVIS Fees
- Updates and Events
- English Language Center
- Study Abroad and Exchange Programs
- Transatlantic Studies Program
- Global Vision Service Learning Project
- International Center Staff
Congratulations on being admitted to the University of Central Missouri!
Now that you've secured admission, it's time to start preparing for your arrival. It's important that you pay attention to several of the details that we have on our website, which are linked from the bottom of this page.
You will not be allowed to enroll unless you attend the entire scheduled orientation. Enrollment is part of the orientation activities. This includes transfer students and visiting students as well. Your I-20 or DS-2019 document will indicate the start date of your program, which is the last day you may enter the country, so make your travel plans for arrival in Warrensburg by that date.
This fall semester begins in August, and you should plan on reporting to the large group orientation by 7:30 a.m. August 13, 2013 in the University Union. There will be TOEFL testing, campus tours, Exchange Student Meetings and other activities. Refer to e-mails being sent to you regarding those activities. Please see a campus map so that you can be familiar with where you need to go. Please note at the conclusion of orientation and enrollment a $50 new International Student fee will be charged to all new student's account to offset costs involved in welcoming you to UCM.
If you arrive early to campus, please bring your passport and immigration documents to the International Center in Ward Edwards 1200. We need to photocopy the documents for your student file as proof that you are in status in terms of your immigration status. You also need to bring your passport and documents to orientation and fill out a basic information sheet.
On Campus Housing - we encourage you to live on campus