Accepted International Student Checklist
NSU International Education Week
Watch this IEW Video!
Office of International Affairs
Nova Southeastern University
Horvitz Admin. Bldg, 2nd Floor
3301 College Avenue
Ft. Lauderdale, FL 33314
800-541-6682, ext. 27240
Monday thru Friday
8:30 a.m. - 5:00 p.m. EST
#YouAreWelcomeHere is a welcome message from U.S. higher education to international students around the world. View NSU's video here.
Florida International Leadership Conference
The recent U.S. Presidential campaign election, as well as the resulting media coverage may be raising questions about the future of international students on campuses in the United States. International education and diversity remain a top priority at NSU, and I want to reassure you that the administration, faculty, and staff at NSU are fully committed to supporting the academic success, safety, and well-being of all of our international students in our diverse campus community.
NSU’s mission, vision, and core values support and underscore the importance of creating a highly engaged and inclusive global community of scholars. Our international students come from 106 countries on six continents and continue to make an important academic and cultural impact. NSU is truly a global community in which we all live and learn from each other in harmony and collaboration. We remain dedicated to helping all of our students reach their potential and develop the global mindset they need to function in a complex and increasingly interdependent world.
Dr. Anthony J. DeNapoli
Associate Dean of International Affairs
The Office of International Affairs (OIA) at Nova Southeastern University fosters campus internationalization and serves as a central support, advisory, and information center for all students. The OIA also collaborates with faculty and staff on campus, at our Regional Campuses, and our international instructional sites to promote and facilitate international education programs and initiatives, celebrate diversity, promote multiculturalism, and create opportunities for students that encourage the development of a global mindset.
June 29, 2017
The travel ban will be enforced against certain nationals of six restricted countries and against refugees, but there are broad exemptions for U.S. visa holders, lawful permanent residents, persons with valid advance parole and those with a bona fide relationship to a person or entity in the United States.
As of 8pm EDT today, President Trump's travel ban executive order is in force against certain nationals of six restricted countries and refugees.
The ban is being put in place in the wake of a Supreme Court decision Monday to allow the Trump Administration to partially enforce the ban, but to exempt foreign nationals who have a credible claim of a bona fide relationship to an entity or person in the United States. Most employer-sponsored foreign nationals should be exempt.