We Value International Students
Here at the University of Mobile we value our international students, and we want you to feel welcomed to our university community. You will build life-long relationships with students, and professors that will prepare you to become successful in the global marketplace.
The Office for Global Engagement team is here to inform you about our programs and assist you in applying and enrolling as a student. We look forward to having you join our international family here at the University of Mobile.
Current International Students
Future International Students
- RamRush – Tailgate Women’s and Men’s Soccer – August 23
- International Photo Contest – TBA
- International Friends Retreat – Cook Springs – October 5,6
- Project Serve – October 19
- International Education Week – November 12 – 15
- Mobile International Festival – November 16,17
- US American Thanksgiving – November 21
- International Christmas Celebration
At International Ministries Center – December 1
- Christmas Around The World – December 5
Graduation Celebration – December 14
Failure to maintain F-1 status results in the termination of your I-20. You have the option to apply for reinstatement with the U.S. Department of Homeland Security through the U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) or depart the U.S. and seek a new admission to the U.S. in F-1 status.
A student who departs and attempts to reenter with a new Form I-20 will, if successful, be treated as a new student and will not be able to count time spent during the first I-20 on F1 status toward benefits such as eligibility for curricular practical training or OPT.