Congratulations on your admission to Eastern Kentucky University (EKU)! There are several things, students need to do before departing for the U.S., most important is getting an entry visa and arranging for transportation and housing. Here are a few helpful links to get you started on your journey to EKU...
There are many things that must be done prior to leaving home to travel to the United States and EKU. Click READ MORE below to see the steps for obtaining a visa and a successful start to studying abroad.
Arrival at the Port of Entry (POE)
Every international student must travel into the United States through a Port of Entry (POE) where arrival will be recorded by U.S. Customs and Immigration Services in SEVIS. Click READ MORE below to learn more about traveling from the POE to Richmond and EKU.
Every international student must travel into the United States through a Port of Entry (POE) where arrival information will be recorded by U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP) in SEVIS. Click READ MORE below to learn more about traveling from the POE to Richmond and EKU.
Check-in and Orientation
Once you arrive there are several steps to getting checked-in and situated for classes. All new international students are required to attend the International Student Orientation. Click READ MORE below for check-in procedures and more information about Orientation.
Make New Friends
Prior to your arrival, you may able to connect with current international students through our facebook page. Join now to begin making new friends at EKU: EKU International Student and Scholar Services”or Eastern Kentucky University International Admissions.
Dependents are spouses or unmarried minor children under the age of 21. They may accompany an F-1 or J-1 student to the United States or join the student at a later date. They are eligible for admission to the United States in F-2 and J-2 status respectively and will be issued individual I-20s or DS-2019s.