W&J has suspended inbound exchange programs for the Spring 2021 semester. We encourage students from our partner institutions who are interested in joining W&J as an exchange student in the future to be in touch with the international office at their home institution.  We look forward to hosting students from our partners in the future.

Students who intend to study on campus should plan to arrive in time to participate in the 14-day mandatory quarantine period. The scheduled arrival dates are January 9th and January 10th; students will receive their specific move-in/check-in time and COVID-19 testing time via email from Residence Life. No one is permitted to arrive outside of their scheduled …  

New and continuing degree seeking international students are welcome to join us on campus in the Spring 2021 term, but should be aware their ability to study in-person could be impacted by the anticipated guidance published by the Department of Homeland Security (DHS). We encourage students to wait to make plans until we have additional …  

Yes, you can continue to study remotely and can make the decision to do so based on your comfort level and considerations for health and safety. Be aware that at this time, the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) has not announced any guidance related to Spring 2021 enrollment for international students. It is possible that …  

Yes. If you are unable to enter the U.S. with an F1 visa and arrive at W&J before the start of the Spring 2021 semester, Monday, January 25th, you are welcome to study remotely for the Spring 2021 term.  If you are unable to arrive before the start of  classes, unfortunately you will not be …  

No. Study abroad is cancelled for the Fall 2020 semester.

The U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) Agency has rescinded an announcement made in early July that would have prevented international students from returning to the United States to complete online-only educational programs. As of July 27, guidance from the Federal Government indicates that students who are continuing their studies at an institution in the …  

Yes. If you are unable to enter the U.S. with an F1 visa and arrive at W&J before the start of the Fall 2020 semester, Monday, August 24, you are encouraged to consider studying remotely. Please contact Dana Poole (dpoole@washjeff.edu) in the Office of International Initiatives to learn next steps. Please be aware that if …  

Assuming students can obtain a visa and secure travel, they are permitted to be on campus for the Fall 2020 semester. They will follow the same guidelines as all residential students.