In this issue:
• CollegeWeekLive's Online Fair
• What College Do You Love this Valentine's Day?
• Get Started on Your Tax Return

Issue # 216 - February 2017
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This year has been busy so far, and we hope you are off to a great start! This month we want to wish all of you a very happy Chinese New Year - and a very happy Valentine's Day! To celebrate, we want to know what school you love. You also have the chance to meet with schools virtually in the CollegeWeekLive Fair and ask your immigration questions to our guest advisor Jane from Plymouth State University.


Best wishes,
The International Student Team

What College or University Do You Love?

Valentine’s Day is this month and to celebrate this holiday we want to know what college or university you love! Whether you already attend or are about to apply, tell us on social media which educational institution is your top pick before February 14th!


Share the Love

Chat With US Colleges and Universities

CollegeWeekLive’s International Student Day is a free online fair that lets you chat with schools from all over the US. Whether you’re just now starting to search for schools or you’re ready to send in applications, this fair is open to all international students! Join us on February 15th.


Save Your Spot
Featured Schools Of The Month

Greenheart English Camp: Improve your English skills and become a global leader through training and volunteer opportunities at Greenheart English Camp! During your time at Greenheart you will embark on a six day trip to the Redwood Forest, San Francisco, a tour of the University of California-Berkeley and a Six Flags amusement park!

University of South Carolina-Beaufort: Discover the vibrant student life of the University of South Carolina-Beaufort. Studying at USCB is about discovering who you are, expanding your mind and making new friends along the way to help you be the best you can be.

Chemeketa Community College: Oregon’s best kept secret is Chemeketa Community College. Chemeketa offers an affordable educational experience with many outdoor activities such as hiking and skiing at the Cascade Mountains and the cultural hub of Portland is only an hour away to explore!

Study in the Sunshine State!

The land of sunshine, white sandy beaches and orange groves is also known as Florida. It’s a state that has become a top destination and home to some of the country's best and affordable colleges! With its numerous amount of theme parks and entertaining cities (Hello Miami and Orlando), there’s never a dull moment between classes in Florida. Come see why Florida is a top study destination!


Explore Florida

How are you feeling?

Life as an international student is fun, but it’s not easy. The continuous stress of classes, making new friends, and worrying about funds can take a toll on your mental health. Since taking care of your mental health is just as important as your physical health, make sure you watch this video for more information on how to stay in tip-top shape.


I'm Stressed

What Questions Do You Have?

Our advisor for February is Jane Bjerklie-Barry from Plymouth State University. In addition to being an international student advisor, Jane advises students on immigration matters, directs international student orientation programs and is co-chair of International Education Week. Jane is excited to help answer your questions this month!


Ask Jane

Ready or Not: It's Almost Tax Time

It’s almost that time of the year! If you’re an international student inside the US you must file your tax return before April 18th. Filing your tax return is very important in order for you to stay legal under your visa, even if you didn’t earn any money in the US. If you need help starting the process, visit our tax section!


Tax Return Help
  

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