When Lehigh announced its transition to online courses, Omogolo "Bishop" Pikinini '23 was just beginning to adjust to his first year of college.
Lehigh creates new course for students whose study abroad experiences were interrupted by the COVID-19 pandemic.
Sent to the campus community July 15, 2020.
International students will be able to take classes online in the fall semester and maintain their student status.
John Simon Joins Patriot League Presidents to Condemn Federal Action Targeting International Students
The leaders argue that limits on online learning for international students create an unnecessary, and potentially dangerous, situation if colleges need to transition to remote learning in response to COVID-19.
Lehigh and Five Other Pennsylvania Universities Request Support from State's Congressional Delegation
The letter asks congresspeople to request that ICE overturn the SEVP guidance limiting online learning for international students.
On July 6, 2020, the Student and Exchange Visitor Program (SEVP) issued a broadcast message modifying exceptions to the online study rule that it put in place for the spring and summer semesters.
Students who may not be able to travel to the U.S. right now can enroll at a university closer to home … for Lehigh credit.
Thuy Anh Tran '21 had to complete her London program from her home in Vietnam.
Our response to the executive order suspending entry into the U.S. for H-1B and J visa holders
LU Global Innovators is a series of virtual dialogues to share the ways we collaborate to advance the practice of international education.
Information for international students about plans for the fall 2020 semester at Lehigh University.
Diana Rivas Garcia ‘19 will teach English and conduct a research project in Mexico.
Over the past 10 days, protests against the killing of George Floyd have spread across the United States, and beyond, to places like London, Milan, Rio de Janeiro and Sydney.
Lehigh's Center for Career and Professional Development compiles data on post-graduation outcomes for international students.
From mask donations to Takeout Treats, the Lehigh community is responding to crisis by supporting one another.
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