The Office of International Student & Scholar Services (OISSS) is committed to the values and principles of international education by supporting and encouraging the enrollment of international students and engagement with international scholars.
The Office of International Student & Scholar Services (OISSS) is committed to the values and principles of international education by providing programs & services that contribute to the thriving of our international students and scholars in their successful adjustment to life in the U.S. and at Rollins, as well as their compliance with immigration responsibilities. Dedicated to diversity and inclusion, OISSS promotes the understanding of self and others through intercultural exchange and dialogue. OISSS serves as the primary resource and advocate for the international community at Rollins.
OISSS seeks to create more efficient office processes, expand intercultural exchange opportunities, and advance our delivery methods of information to students and scholars.
New Students For international students making their way to Rollins, learn more about information on your immigration status, planning your arrival, International Student Orientation, and additional information for exchange students.
Programming Get more information on social & cultural programming, International Education Week, and Employment & Tax Workshops.
International Peer Advisor Program The IPA Program is currently taking applications. Check us out and learn more about the program!
Student & Scholar Statistics Click here for statistics concerning the work of our office.
Admissions & Aid Go to our Admission & Aid page for more information on the hearing process and additional resources.
Meet our Staff For a listing of our staff team, click here.
Making an Appeal Students may file written complaints with the Office of International Student & Scholar Services regarding any of the written office policies within these webpages. Such complaints must be filed in writing by email to the director. Students should include their name, student identification number, the nature of their complaint, and desired outcome. Any documentation that supports their complaint should be sent as an attachment. The director will weigh the complaint and respond in writing to the student. All decisions of the director are final.