Our International Advising Team has
Plans which create general pathways
for students to top US universities.
Fall Quarter: September through
Housing move-in date
Sept. 8 & 9, 2010
|Orientation and testing
||Sept. 10, 2010
||Sept. 20, 2010
||Dec. 9, 2010
English Proficiency for Academic
Program – Send prior to arrival
For your students who have not demonstrated
English proficiency as part of the admission
process, please check with them to see
if they have taken or plan to take TOEFL,
IELTS or any of the
accepted proof of proficiency as
listed on our web site:
As soon as we receive proof of English
proficiency, new students can get registered
for academic classes they need to have
a successful start their first quarter.
Orientation for Family of New Students
We invite family members of new students
to join our special orientation for
Here are the details:
When: Friday – September 10, 2010
Where: Green River College, Lindbloom Student Center
8:00 a.m. Orientation check-in with students
8:30 a.m. Welcome
9:00 a.m. Family Orientation (PA 125):
- Meet International Programs Staff
- Overview of International Program Services
- Overview of US Education System
10:30 a.m. Campus Tour
11:30 a.m. Meet at Bus Circle - Driving Tour of Auburn
- Activity & Shopping for your Student’s Room
- Lunch will be provided on the tour.
- Limited Seating, please sign up by emailing:
firstname.lastname@example.org to reserve your space
4:00 p.m. Depart for Campus
4:30 p.m. Arrive back on Campus & Meet students in MDA
For assistance with hotel reservations and travel assistance, please email our International Programs Guest Services:
Green River Staff on the Road
UK and France: September 13-27
Netherlands: September 4
Our Recruitment Representative,
is currently living in Indonesia.
If you would like Leo to assist
you with any promotional activities,
please let us know.
We are committed to delivering outstanding
personal service to you and your students.
We need your help to continually improve.
Please send me your feedback and
let us know how we can better serve