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Important ISSO Updates and Travel Reminders

  • Important Notice as of November 8, 2021: Presidential Proclamation 10294 and a separate CDC order provided updated vaccine and testing requirements for entering the US by air. Please note, the COVID-19 pandemic is an evolving situation and as such, these requirements are subject to change. Be sure to monitor the CDC COVID-19 Travel webpage for updates.
  • As of November 29, 2021: Travel of noncitizens, as immigrants or nonimmigrants, travelling from, or who were present in South Africa, Botswana, Zimbabwe, Namibia, Lesotho, Eswatini, Mozambique or Malawi during the 14-day period preceding their entry or attempted entry into the US is suspended.
  • ISSO has prepared an Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ) page to address common international student questions related to COVID-19, enrollment requirements, late arrivals, and more!
  • Students will be required to be fully vaccinated. Please read the COVID-19 Vaccination FAQ for further information for international students.
  • Traveling? Need a travel signature? Please report your travel to ISSO and receive a travel signature by completing the International Travel e-form.

The International Students & Scholars Office (ISSO) is dedicated to the university's commitment to global engagement and inclusion.

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Atthaphon Mumi '17 Entrepreneurship

With a dissertation on social media’s role in the entrepreneurial process, Thailand’s Atthaphon Mumi became the first graduate of the Manning School of Business’ Ph.D. in entrepreneurship program.

This is just the start. Now … I can apply the knowledge to help startups and small businesses in my country, and help people live better lives.