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Whether you are a first-year or transfer student from abroad, a student with dual citizenship, an American expatriate, or a permanent resident of the United States, the Center for Intercultural Life looks forward to meeting you and helping you make your way at Knox College.
A program to ease an international student's transition to living and studying in the United States. International Student Orientation is provided as a supplement to the New Student Orientation, and participation in both orientation programs is required for F-1 visa students.
The Designated School Official, DSO, helps international students stay in compliance with current immigration, taxation, and institutional regulations while being successful students. The DSO provides assistance with the International Clubs, USCIS paperwork, and academic and personal counseling.
Financial aid packages for international students remain essentially the same during your enrollment at Knox. Families and sponsors are responsible for paying increases in the comprehensive fee, which generally range between 4% and 6%. An international student may be eligible for private educational loans if you are able to find a credit-worthy United States citizen or permanent resident to co-sign for you. More info: Contact the Office of Financial Aid for further details.
The Center for Intercultural Life maintains several special houses for multicultural students. These centers offer meeting spaces for organizations and sponsor programs for the campus.
Students at Knox College can join many student-run organizations to broaden their academic and social horizons.