International Student Resource Guide
The International Resource Guide includes a review of the information presented at international student orientation.
On this page:
Your immigration check-in process will be conducted electronically.
Do not complete the check-in process until AFTER your arrival in the United States, as it requires information from our most recent I94 entrance information.
After the review, your check-in hold will be removed, and you will be notified via email that you can register for classes.
Find Your Primary Advisor:
- Log in to WINGS Express.
- Select “Registration and Records”
- Click “View Student Information.” The name of your advisor will be listed under Student Information.
Please reach out to your department directly.
Undergraduate students: You should contact your academic advisor or faculty advisor prior to your course registration (mandatory).
Graduate students: Graduate students will have their department orientation, which is separate from UCIE orientation, and will register for classes during that department orientation. Please contact your department for more information.
Please review these links on how you can register for the classes.
After your arrival, please update your local address in WINGS. Learn more about updating your address on Wings Express.
You are automatically enrolled into the Wright State Health Insurance plan unless you are covered under another approved insurance. If you develop symptoms of COVID-19, you should seek medical care right away. Student Health Services (937-245-7200) is the preferred point of first contact for Dayton Campus students. Student Health Services can conduct a telehealth appointment to assess symptoms and refer students for testing.
For the fall term, your Wright State health insurance coverage starts on August 28 prior to the start of fall semester classes. For the spring term, the Wright State health insurance starts on the first day of spring semester classes. If you are already in the country prior to the effective start dates for each semester, we HIGHLY recommend you purchase a temporary health insurance plan. Here is a link to our Health Insurance partner and their short-term insurance plans: www.uhone.com.
We are no longer accepting deferral applications. If you have an admission decision, the decision is valid for one academic year. You will need to submit a new application (along with another fee) for the following semester and upload your original documents to it.
Please refer to the Graduate Application Instructions website for step-by-step instructions on how to create an application.
Please take your I-20 with you when getting your Wright1 Card.
Location: 066 Student Union
Hours: Monday–Friday, 10 a.m.–2 p.m.