Webber is an ideal place for International students, with more than 48 countries represented at Webber International University, it’s no wonder that International students feel entirely at home. It’s intimate, safe, and friendly environment makes it easy for all students to make friends and settle in quickly.
With so much experience helping International students, the Office of Admissions can provide all of the support you need to become an International Student at Webber International University. Fill in the form below and one of our admissions team will make contact with you to answer all of your questions personally.
The International Student Services staff are available to help you prepare for arrival, and then maintain a good F-1 status while you are studying in the United States. The Designated School Officials (DSOs) are here to assist you in understanding the F-1 student visa regulations that govern you while you are studying in the United States. The International Students Guide is a resource to help you understand the F-1 visa regulations and provides links to the U.S. government websites, which give the most accurate F-1 visa rules and regulations.
Students flying to Florida are asked to arrive at the Orlando International Airport. Webber provides airport pickup on a limited basis. Students will meet at a designated airport pickup location for transport to the campus.
All Webber International University students are automatically members of this club. By participating in ISC meetings and events, you will get to know international students from over 48 countries and ensure that ISC provides the types of services and activities that meet your needs and interests as an international student at Webber. Many of the activities are tourist destinations around the state.
For general information on becoming a student in the US, you can visit https://www.usa.gov/study-in-US
Office of Admission
International Student Services
Designated School Officials (DSO)
Maggie Taylor, PDSO
Jessika Hester, DSO
Patricia Beasley, DSO