Incoming F1 Students
International Student Orientation
Date: Friday, August 27th, 10 a.m.-2 p.m.
Location: Beck Rooms, University Library
How to Apply
How to Apply for F1 Visa Status
In order to apply for F-1 status, a student must obtain the form I-20, issued by the Office of International Programs. The form I-20 certifies to the U.S. embassy abroad that a student has been accepted to a SEVP-approved university and has provided enough finances to pay for the cost of their education and living expenses.
- Complete the I-20 Application »
- Upload the I-20 Application and necessary documents to the secure web portal »
Please do not send the same documents more than one time via the drop box and/or email. This will slow down our processing time of your I-20 application.
- Spring semester - December 1
- Fall semester – July 30
*Students already in the U.S. on F1 status can receive an I-20 up until the first day of class.fostering engagement.
International Student Experience
- Undergraduate Admissions
Explore the Undergraduate Admissions site for more information about applying to Seton Hall University to complete an undergraduate degree.
- English As a Second Language
As an international student you can enroll in Seton Hall University's English as a Second Language Program.
- Graduate Departments
Find information about applying to Seton Hall University to complete an graduate degree.
- Housing and Residence Life
Find information about housing options on-campus and general campus life information for Seton Hall University.
- Seton Hall Virtual Tour
Join our student tour guides on a walking tour of Seton Hall's campus, with videos of each location offered fully in 360-degrees.