The International Education Office located in Building NU6 offers a variety of support services for students and scholars. If you need assistance at anytime, please contact the International Education Office at 480-461-7756 or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The mandatory 2014 Fall International Orientation will take place on Wednesday, August 20th from 7:45 am - 12pm. The location will be announced in July 2014. Please download the Agenda here.
Make copies of all your documents and make a list of all your valuable items just in case they get lost or stolen. Obtaining replacement documents and articles can be time consuming and costly if you do not have records.
Arizona can have some of the best weather in the nation between the months of September through May! Depending on the month, the temperature averages between 65-95 fahrenheit degrees (19 - 35 celsius degrees) during the day and 45-77°F (7 - 25°C) at night. From June through August, temperatures typically average over 100°F (38°C) during the day, however, it is a dry heat.
Light cotton clothing is recommended for most of the year if you are living in the greater Phoenix area. Most people dress very casually during the summer months. Many students wear shorts and light cotton blouses or t-shirts on campus.
Our winter temperatures can be chilly, reaching temperatures of 50 - 60°F (10 - 16 °C). During winter months, you will need jeans, sweaters and a light jacket. If you leave the greater Phoenix area to visit cities located in higher elevations, you will need heavier and warmer clothing during the winter months. It snows in many places such as Flagstaff, Prescott, and at the Grand Canyon.
In addition to recommended clothing items, during the summer months we strongly recommend that you always wear sunscreen with a minimum sun protection factor (SPF) of 15 along with sunglasses and a hat.
Asian international students who need some help can arrange for the appropriate resources to meet their needs. They provide the followings services:
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