International Admissions Counselor
Phone: 260.422.5561 ext. 2727
Office: Andorfer Commons 223
- Internationals – only those students requiring an I-20 (eligible non-citizens based on high school or address)
- Afghanistan (AF), Algeria (DZ), Australia (AU), Bahrain (BH), Bangladesh (BD), Bhutan (BT), British Indian Ocean Territory (IO), Brunei Darussalam (BN), Cambodia (KH), Christmas Island (CX), Cocos (Keeling) Islands (CC), Cook Island (CK), East Timor (TP), Egypt (EG), Fiji (FJ), French Polynesia (PF), Guam (GU), Indonesia (ID), Islamic Republic of Iran (IR), Iraq (IQ), Israel (IL), Japan (JP), Jordan (JO), Kazakhstan (KZ), Democratic People’s Republic of Korea (KP), Republic of Korea (KR), Kuwait (KW), Kyrgyzstan (KG), Lao People’s Democratic Republic (LA), Lebanon (LB), Libya (LY), Malaysia (MY), Maldives (MV), Marshall Island (MH), Federated States of Micronesia (FM), Mongolia (MN), Morocco (MA), Myanmar (MM), Nauru (NR), Nepal (NP), New Caledonia ( NC), New Zealand (NZ), Niue (NU), Norfolk Island (NF), Northern Mariana Island (MP), Oman (OM), Pakistan (PK), Palau (PW), State of Palestine (PS), Papua New Guinea (PG), Paracel Islands (PI), Philippines (PH), Qatar (QA), Samoa (WS), Saudi Arabia (SA), Singapore (SG), Solomon Island (SB), Sri Lanka (LK), Syrian Arab Republic (SY), Republic of China (Taiwan) (TW), Tajikistan (TJ), Thailand (TH), Timor-Leste (TL), Tokelau (TK), Tonga (TO), Tunisia (TN), Turkmenistan (TM), Tuvalu (TV), United Arab Emirates (AE), Uzbekistan (UZ), Vanuatu (VU), Wallis and Futuna (WF), Western Sahara (EH), Republic of Yemen (YD)
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