Office of International Programs

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As of 7/18/2016, the Office of International Programs will now be charging $75 for the processing of any OPT application (including the STEM extension application).  The fee can be paid here.  Please contact Justin Ball at jball@SHSU for the authorization code or if you have any questions.  For more information on OPT click here.     

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SHSU OIP Mission Statement

The Office of International Programs fosters a campus culture that embraces diversity and intercultural engagement by providing exemplary services to our campus community.  Our guiding principal is to “Put Students First”.  We lead and support campus initiatives that give students the opportunity to become global citizens prepared for the opportunities that they will face in the 21st century.  Our OIP team work together to help both domestic and international students achieve their academic and professional goals.


We are the international gateway at Sam Houston State University. There are six areas of service under the office but we also work with colleges and departments to promote and highlight all international efforts and initiatives across campus. Our purpose is to facilitate, encourage and initiate the process of internationalizing SHSU. The areas of service directly under the office include:

  • Study Abroad
  • International Student and Scholar Services
  • International Student Admissions
  • The English Language Institute
  • International Agreements
  • Globalizing the Curriculum

    International Welcome Message

 

SHSU Travel Handbook

Traveling Abroad? Click here to check Travel Alerts and Warnings

ACE insurance Contract

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OIP flyer in Korean






Office of International Programs
Farrington Building, Suite 116, Huntsville, TX 77340
Phone: 936-294-4737


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