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International Students


National Polytechnic College offers a unique combination of specialized programs for F-1 (international academic student) and M-1 (international vocational student) visas. NPCollege offers Associate in Applied Science (AAS) degrees for F-1 students in Diagnostic Medical Sonography, MRI Technologist, Paralegal and TV Production and Broadcasting, as well as a Certificate program in English as a Second Language. Diplomas in the M-1 category can be achieved in Alcohol and Drug Counseling, Dental Assistant, Diagnostic Medical Sonography, TV Production and Broadcasting, MRI Technologist, Medical Assistant, Computer Accounting and Massage Therapy.  

Our Mission

The mission of the International Student Program at NPCollege is to provide a supportive environment and comprehensive academic advising and support to assist international students with completing their program of study in a timely manner.

The program’s mission and goals are aligned with the College’s mission to enable students to advance their education, career objectives and personal development while empowering them to be productive members of the global community.

Services include:

♦ Help with completing student applications to the College for F-1 (international academic student) and M-1 (international vocational student) visas.

♦ Conducting Mandatory International Student Orientation sessions that help apprise international students of their responsibilities and rights under the F-1 and M-1 visa categories.

♦ Registering international student in the SEVIS system per term or semester.

♦ Creating an individualized, comprehensive student educational plan for every international student in the program.

♦ Advising on and facilitating compliance with U.S. Immigration regulations.

♦ Serving as a primary campus liaison to U.S. governmental agencies such as the Department of Homeland Security, Department of State and the Student & Exchange Visitor Program) on issues relevant to F-1 and M-1 students.

♦ Assisting students with questions related to cross-cultural adjustment and transition into a new educational system.





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