The Chicago School of Professional Psychology has a growing population of international students and scholars with over 25 countries currently represented. Like most educational institutions, the majority of international students enrolled at The Chicago School are in F-1/J-1 (non-immigrant student) status. However, The Chicago School also has many international students in other immigration statuses (i.e. H1-B, L-2, E-2).
International Student Services (ISS) seeks to support all current and prospective international students and scholars at TCSPP. However, international students and scholars should be advised that ISS directs the majority of its immigration advice to those students in F-1 and J-1 status, unless otherwise noted.
International students who do not hold F-1/J-1 status should contact ISS with any immigration questions you may have about your status. An international advisor will seek to provide you with additional guidance or refer you to an immigration attorney as needed.
Upon your admission to The Chicago School, you will receive more information regarding necessary immigration-related topics. Additionally, you will be put in contact with a staff member who is familiar with immigration matters specific to international students. In the mean time, please visit our Living in the United States resource guide for prospective international students.