International Student Support Services
International Student Support serves international students studying on an ‘F’ visa. While our primary purpose is to ensure that you can maintain your legal status while studying at Neumann University, we are also here to support your personal, academic, and career goals.
Confirm your Enrollment
Step 1 Log into your Neumann Application portal and click on your application.
Step 2 Submit the Reply to Offer of Admission form, located on the Next Steps tab.
Step 3 Once you ACCEPT your offer of admission, you will be prompted to pay a secure deposit online. You may use a credit card or authorize an e-check payment to pay your deposit amount.
*Please note that e-checks may take up to 5 business days to process.
Step 4 You will receive a confirmation that your deposit has been received.
Step 5 If you prefer to pay via a bank wire transfer, let us know and we will send you the bank details
Step 6 Log in to MyNU Portal to request your I20 document and review the Pre-arrival Check list.
Current Students (F-1)
ISSS is here to support the international community at Neumann during their journey at the university. In this section, international students can find different resources and pages that they will require at different points of their studies.
Login to MyNU Portal to learn more about:
- Maintain your F-1 visa status
- Complete requests we process at ISSS
- PA Driver's License
- Social Security
- Confirmation of Enrollment
- OSAP form (Canadian Students)
- Employment information
- On campus work
- Curricular Practical Training
- Optional Practical Training
Supporting DACA & Undocumented Students
ISSS supports and values equal opportunity, inclusion, accessibility, and diversity for all students. Therefore, our office welcomes all undergraduate students regardless of citizenship status. Undocumented students, with or without Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA), who are enrolled at the Neumann University are treated identically to any other U.S. citizen or permanent resident student. If you have questions related to finding services at the university as an undocumented student, please email Victor Betancourt @ betancov.neumann.edu.
Community Resources and Information:
- United we Dream
- Mental Health Toolkit
- Department of Homeland Security(DHS)
- National Immigration Law Center(link is external) (NILC)
- Immigration Legal Resource Center (ILRC): What do I need to know about the end of DACA
- Know your Rights handout