Study in the States Website Relaunches with Enhanced Features
This week, the Department of Homeland Security launched enhancements to its Study in the States website to include new features for international students. This features include an interactive glossary, an “ask a question” section, an enhanced school search page and a mobile-ready version of the website.
“Being an international student is a complex process that involves several government agencies, and the new Study in the States tools will help students and schools easily find the latest news, information, interactive guides and videos they need,” said Lou Farrell, director of the Student and Exchange Visitor Program.
The Study in the States website, online at http://studyinthestates.dhs.gov, was launched in 2011 and serves as a key informational hub for international students wishing to study in the United States. It brings together important and relevant information from a number of federal agencies, including ICE, USCIS, and Customs and Border Protection.