And make Nassau Community College your gateway to success.
We’re here to help you with regulations related to your status as a student in the United States, including advisement on
- Visa/status while you’re in your home country and after you’re in the United States
- Transferring to NCC from an international educational institution
- Applications for change of status or reinstatement
- Travel and consular issues
- U.S. work authorization and Social Security issues
- Health insurance requirements while attending NCC
- Activities on and off campus to acquaint you with American education and culture
Ask us for
- Application forms to the academic program of your choice, and
- The I-20 document that’s required before you can get the F-1 student visa to study in the United States.
You must be accepted into a program of study at Nassau Community College before an I-20 can be issued, and you must have an I-20 document before an F-1 visa can be approved.
Once you receive your I-20 document, you must pay the $200 SEVIS/I-901 fee. When you have your I-901 receipt, go to the nearest U.S. Consulate to request an F-1 student visa or find out more at the U.S. government website.
Then, review these Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs) to learn about requirements for immunization, health insurance, housing, orientation and what to do when you arrive in the United States.