Visa Interview Waivers Extended Through 2021
The U.S. Department of State has extended the Visa Waiver Program (VWP) through 2021. See if your international students qualify for visa interview waivers during the visa process.
With 2022 U.S. News Rankings, 5 Shorelight Universities Stay in the Top 100
Which universities are the best in the nation? Check out the five internationally friendly colleges that U.S. News & World Report rank among the best for 2022.
The Latest COVID-19 Updates from Shorelight
If you are an international student hoping to study in the USA, it is likely the coronavirus has disrupted your plans. Discover how American Collegiate Live and other Shorelight initiatives can help you stay on track with your US degree program.
Career Premium Offers Virtual Internships for International Students
Get a head start on your future career with top employers — and work remotely from anywhere in the world.
Find Out if You Can Get the Vaccine for Coronavirus at Your US University
What types of policies do US universities have in place for the coronavirus vaccine? Read on to see how Shorelight universities are preparing – and how international students can plan in advance.
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Fall 2021 Start Options
All Shorelight universities are offering on-campus start options this fall for undergraduate and graduate programs, and hope to welcome students to campus in the coming months.
Campus Vaccine and Quarantine News
Help your students plan in advance before they head to campus in the US this fall.
Landmark Commitment to International Education from US Government
With new support from the federal government and increased visa numbers, CEO Tom Dretler thinks there’s never been a better time for international students to come to the US.
Shorelight Universities Offer World-Class Graduate Business Programs
With a graduate degree in business, students can explore lucrative careers across a wide variety of industries. Learn more about the graduate business programs offered at Shorelight universities.
Update on Proposed Duration of Status Changes
The Department of Homeland Security (DHS) recently proposed new changes that may impact the amount of time international students are able to study in the US.