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IE Low Residency

IE Low Residency

Congratulations on your acceptance to SIT!

On behalf of everyone at SIT Graduate Institute, we would like to welcome you to our dynamic and international community. We look forward to you joining us and participating in our endeavors to create a more peaceful, just, and sustainable world.

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Deadlines


Program
I-20
Deadline

Financial Aid
International Education Low Residency, Summer 2014 April 15, 2014 Students must submit their enrollment deposit within 2 weeks of financial aid award notification.

 

If you have not yet applied for financial aid, this is an important next step.  If you do not intend to apply for financial aid, please notify your admissions officer directly or contact admissions@sit.edu.

Financial Aid applications and instructions:

For US Citizens and Permanent Residents
To secure your place in the incoming class, you must complete and return the Enrollment Form  with your $400 non-refundable deposit payment within two weeks of your financial award notification. The deposit may be submitted through our online application system or by completing the Credit Card Authorization Form below.

For International Students
Because international students in SIT's low residency MA programs must pay their first semester tuition and fees as part of their student visa process, SIT does not require the $400 deposit payment for international students in these programs. Instead, international students in SIT's low residency MA programs in TESOL and international education should review the information concerning student visas and focus their efforts on completing the necessary steps to obtain their I-20 and student visa.

On-Campus Housing

For students who wish to live on-campus during your residency, the Housing Deposit form and $100 deposit payment are required.

Off-Campus Housing in Vermont



Preparing for Your Arrival

Orientation Schedule - International Students (coming soon)

Orientation Schedule - All Students (coming soon)

Course registration will take place when you arrive on campus. You may wish to review the course catalog prior to your arrival:

  • Your SIT Mailing Address. Please ask your correspondents to use this address:


    [Your name], SIT Graduate Institute IE Low-Res Student
    C/O Sora Friedman, UG402
    PO Box 676
    Brattleboro, VT 05302

    For shipping purposes, please use this address.  Until you arrive, items will be stored in a locked room.

    [Your name], SIT Graduate Institute IE Low-Res Student
    1 Kipling Road
    Brattleboro, VT 05301
    “Hold for arrival"

  • WebAdvisor. By now you may be familiar with the WebAdvisor site. You will continue to use WebAdvisor to see your course schedule, your grades, your bill, financial aid, progress toward graduation, and other items. Please stay familiar with it.
  • Library.  While SIT has a physical library on campus, the resources available online will become increasingly important to you. During the year, the specialized collections of the library and its resources can be used in direct support of your study. The library’s Digital Collections is where your final paper will be archived.
  • LinkedIn. As a student in an SIT program, you are invited to join a LinkedIn group where you will be able to connect with fellow classmates before arriving on campus.
  • Blogs. The SIT Graduate Institute blog, describes a wide variety of SIT programs and activities as well as student and alumni achievements.

Intensive Field Courses. Students can satisfy the program’s two-credit elective requirement in a number of ways, including by participating in field courses offered around the world (most recently in Bangladesh, Mexico, and Turkey).

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