Student Resources

Pre-Arrival & Orientation
Center for Academic Success
Clubs & Organizations
Health & COVID-19
Health Insurance
Housing & Dining
Job & Career Support
Parking & Transport
Scholarships & Finances

Pre-Arrival & Orientation

Pre-arrival Webinars
Orientation Schedule

Pre-arrival Webinars are a chance for you to learn about how to prepare for your arrival and meet the UDayton Global campus team prior to arriving on campus.

Please join the Pre-arrival webinar for Summer 2023 semester by clicking on the links below

Before You Start Webinar: April 21, 2023 | 8:00 am EST

Click here to join

Welcome to the family, Flyers! Summer 2023 orientation for all new students will begin from May 10. Orientation is an important and mandatory program that will introduce you to the academic, social, and cultural life at the University of Dayton. The orientation will be in-person so please plan your travel to arrive prior to May 10. We look forward to seeing you soon!


Academic Calendar
Academic Advising
Making an Advising Appointment
Course Registration
Tutoring and Academic Support

Frequently Asked Questions

How can I see my schedule?
Log into Porches » Go to Flyer Student Services » Click the Registrion menu » Select Student Schedule
How do I order books for my classes?

Books are available through the UD Bookstore website.

How do I request an official transcript?

Log into Porches » Go to Flyer Student Services » Click the Records menu » Select Official Transcript Request

Academic advising with UDayton Global empowers students to gain and expand their knowledge and pursue opportunities to achieve academic, personal, and professional goals. Academic advisors partner with students to promote their holistic development, identify academic and career resources, and encourage meaningful engagement. UDayton Global advisors also work with degree advisors across campus to educate students on degree requirements and to support their persistence and timely graduation.

UDayton Global takes a proactive and intrusive approach to advising. Students meet their Academic Advisors during orientation and advisors reach out directly to request additional meetings throughout the semester. Advising appointments are available upon request.

Sky Lantz-Wagner ( For questions about registration, courses, or tutoring for Graduate students

Nate Prior ( For questions about registration, courses, or tutoring for Undergraduate students

In the first semester of most majors, student schedules are created by UDayton Global advisors and degree advsiors. During orientation, there will be opportunities to request course changes based on availability.

*Master’s of Computer Science students have two compulsory courses added to their schedules. Graduate Direct student select a 3rd course based on their desired career path or academic interest.

UDayton Global First partners with the Office of Learning Resources to offer tutoring support services. Students can access tutoring in a variety of subject areas via one-on-one sessions, small groups, study halls, or workshops.

Tutoring is also available through other UD departments such as the Intensive English Program and The Write Place.

Please visit the Center for Academic Success page for more tutoring options.


Health & COVID-19

COVID-19 Information
Health Requirements
Student Health Center
Finding Care in Dayton

Frequently Asked Questions

How do I schedule an appointment at the Student Health Center?
  • Appointments can be scheduled by phone. Please call Student Health Center at 937-229-3131 (Please have your UID# and ID card in hand)
  • Students can also cancel appointments, upload and enter health immunization requirements and medical history, and scan their insurance cards online through their Porches account.
Is the UDdayton Global health insurance accepted at the Student Health Center?

Yes, the UDayton Global health insurance is accepted at the Student Health Center.

When you visit the Student Health Center, the amount is charged to your UD student account, accessible through Porches. You are not required to pay that balance. The health center submits a claim to insurance (Wellfleet) on your behalf. The refund is then processed based on your payment status.

  1. If you have paid the charges for your visit to the health center, you will receive a refund through Porches. Please make sure that your bank account is linked to your Porches account for electronic refunds. It may take up to 4 weeks for the refund process.
  2. If you have not paid the charges for your visit, then those charges will be automatically taken out of your account after the reimbursement has been processed.
How do I upload my immunization record and health insurance policy details?

Submit your Health & Immunization forms via email to UDayton Global’s

Student Services Team at

How do I get my health insurance ID card?

You must create a Wellfleet account to access your health insurance ID card.

How do I renew my UDayton Global health insurance plan?

Please send an email request to

Can I re-enroll in health insurance coverage for one term?

Yes, term coverage is available for students who have progressed from UDayton Global

Are dental and vision coverage included in my health insurance policy?

Yes, Dental & Vision coverage is included in UDayton Global’s student insurance. Please contact our Student Services Team at or 212 Rike Center, for more information.

There are currently no national or state quarantine requirements for fully vaccinated international travelers entering the U.S. or Ohio but we recommend that you follow CDC guidelines. UD currently does not currently require testing or quarantine but does ask students to report vaccinations, including boosters. This may change depending on local, national or international conditions. Visit UD’s COVID-19 Health Resources page for nearby testing and vaccine options.

To protect your health, safety, and finances, the university requires international students to possess health insurance coverage for you and your family. Coverage must meet university standards, be active while you are enrolled (including vacations) and be verified every semester. Your health insurance must meet these standards:

  1. Cover at least a minimum of $250,000 per condition.
  2. Have a deductible of $500 or less per individual.
  3. Provide $50,000 or more for medical evacuation to your home country.
  4. Provide $25,000 or more for repatriation (removal of remains after death) to your home country.
  5. Be in effect for the entire time I am enrolled at UD, including vacations, for myself and dependents


Check In
Immigration and enrollment policies
Immigration advising

International Student and Scholar Services provides students and exchange visitors with immigration advising, workshops, and orientation, as well as social and extracurricular activities. ISSS extends its services and support to international faculty and research scholars and their dependents. Through collaboration with other departments and organizations, ISSS advocates on behalf of international students to ensure their academic, personal, and career goals.

Welcome Flyers! Visit the Orientation Page to learn more.

The Federal government is planning to end the Public Health Emergency for COVID-19 at the end of May 2023. This change and UDs transition to majority of in-person course offerings may also impact the enrollment requirements for international students. Please visit the Stay Informed page for most up to date information related to Immigration & Enrollment requirements for International students.

ISSS staff are available virtually from 8:30 am-4:30 pm on weekdays. Staff are available in the office from 9:00-11:00 am Monday-Friday if you need to visit in person.

To best serve you please keep in mind the following:

  • Most questions can be answered by phone, email, or virtual advising during normal business hours. If your questions are not urgent, we ask that you first email
  • Most immigration process requests can now be submitted digitally using the ISSS request form.
  • Virtual advising hour is 2:00 pm to 3:00 pm on Monday, Wednesday, Friday; 9:00 am to 10:00 am on Tuesday and Thursday. Click this Zoom Link to join a virtual advising hour.
  • Please email us to request a phone or video appointment with an advisor if your question is not answered by email and you are unable to attend the virtual advising hour.
  • In-person advising is only available by appointment, for urgent cases.
  • We will still be receiving and sending mail from Rike Center 204. I-20s, DS-2019s, and other immigration documents will be mailed to you as necessary.

Housing and Dining

Frequently Asked Questions

What are the housing rates?

For Undergraduate students: On-campus housing rates are available at University of Dayton’s Housing & Residence Life page.

All Graduate students are required to stay in UDayton Global’s Program Managed off-campus housing. For housing details please visit our Shorelight profile page.

When does move-in begin?
Summer 2023 Program Start Date: May 9, 2023 Move-in begins May 9, 2023
Summer 2023 Program Start Date (MBAN only): June 18, 2023 Move-in begins June 18, 2023
Where can I find the housing contract?
Undergraduate students can access the housing contract through the housing portal.

For Graduate students, off-campus Program Managed Housing is mandatory. All new Graduate students are required to stay at UDayton Global’s off-campus housing. Please find more information on our website. The housing assignments will be sent to your email prior to your arrival and your housing contract will be provided during check-in.

For more information about UDayton Global’s Program Managed Housing please contact our Student Services Team:
Divya Blakemore, Student Success Manager:
Ravi Saini, Student Services Advisor:

Can I change my assigned housing Pre-arrival?

Housing assignments cannot be changed pre-arrival once the final assignment is sent out. Residents can request changes after the orientation week. No changes are approved after the 3rd week of classes. All changes are subjected to availability and must be approved by the Student Success Manager at UDayton Global. Changing accommodation may also result in the change of your housing cost. Please contact a Student Services team member for more information.


Job & Career Support

Working as an International Student
Flyer Student Employment - Applying for on-campus Jobs
Career Accelerator

Frequently Asked Questions

How do I get an SSN (Social Security Number)?
You may apply for a social security number ONLY if you have been offered a job on-campus or if you have been granted practical training (CPT or OPT) employment authorization (keep in mind that practical training options are generally not available to new students). An SSN will be given to you for employment purposes only, NOT for purposes such as applying for credit cards, renting an apartment, etc.

  • After receiving a job offer, submit the ISSS Immigration Process Request form. This form will give ISSS the information we need to create the Social Security letter. We will email you further instructions when the letter is ready to be picked up from our office.
  • Bring the form to your employer to sign. This must be an original (not-electronic) signature.
  • Once the form is complete, you can follow the instructions issued by ISSS to apply at the Social Security Office downtown.
  • You are eligible to begin working after you submit a receipt or letter confirming your social security number application to Student Employment.

On Campus Employment: This is a benefit available to all students maintaining valid F1 status. It is not necessary to obtain special work authorization from USCIS to work on-campus; however, you must obtain an on-campus employment certification signed by an ISSS advisor to submit to Human Resources. Please review the F-1 On-Campus Employment Online Information to make sure you understand all the policies and regulations on this type of employment.
F-1 Campus Employment Information

Curricular Practical Training (CPT): CPT is a practical training that is performed for academic credit (part of the school curriculum and commensurate to degree level) AND that is required as part of the academic plan or program curriculum from ALL students in the program.

This includes:

  • Required internship, practicum, student teaching or field experience (paid or unpaid)
  • Optional internships for credit (MUST be in student’s major or program of study)
  • Cooperative (Co-op) education programs for credit (MUST be in student’s major or program of study

To learn more about CPT, you can visit the CPT information section on the ISSS website.
ISSS page on CPT

Optional Practical Training (OPT) is a period during which undergraduate and graduate students with F-1 status are permitted by the USCIS to work towards getting practical training to complement their field of studies once they have completed their program of studies. “Optional Practical Training (OPT) is temporary employment that is directly related to an F-1 student’s major area of study. Eligible students can apply to receive up to 12 months of OPT employment authorization before completing their academic studies (pre-completion) and/or after completing their academic studies (post-completion). However, all periods of pre-completion OPT will be deducted from the available period of post-completion OPT.”

To learn more about OPT, you can visit the OPT information section on the ISSS Website.
ISSS page on OPT

Remember that working off-campus outside of an approved OPT or CPT program is illegal!

Register and apply for jobs on Handshake:

The Career Development program is an exclusive service that helps you develop your professional skills, get an internship, and launch your career. Schedule a meeting with the Assistant Director of Career Services, Brittany Chill to explore the career development opportunities. Click here to schedule an appointment with Brittany.


Scholarships & Finances

U.S. Bank Accounts

Frequently Asked Questions

How can I get a receipt for fees paid during my UDayton Global program?

Please contact the UDayton Global Managing Director to get a receipt for tution and other fees.

How do I pay my tuition and fees?

Students need to pay all tuition and fees in a timely manner to avoid late fees, potential loss of scholarships, and delays in registering for classes. Click here for instructions:

American higher education is quite expensive compared to that of other countries. To offset the cost of tuition, scholarships and grants may be available.

It is more common to be awarded a scholarship and grants to be awarded prior to enrolling in an American university. However, there are some opportunities that you may be able to take advantage of.

Click on the link to learn more. The Free Scholarship Search Services at the bottom of the page may be especially helpful.

When considering American banks during your stay there are a variety of types to choose from.

National Banks
National banks are those such as Chase, Wells Fargo, and Citibank. There are many locations across the country, providing convenience for customers.

Credit Union
Like banks, credit unions accept deposits, make loans and provide other financial services. But as member-owned and cooperative institutions, credit unions provide a safe place to save and borrow at reasonable rates.

Online Banks
Online banking means managing your bank accounts with a computer or mobile device. This includes transferring funds, depositing checks and paying bills electronically. Because there are no physical locations, often times fees are lower and interest rates are higher than at national banks. Standard services with online banking include ATM fee reimbursement, advanced security, and high accessibility.

To open a bank account, you will be asked for a number of supporting documents for your application. These might include:

  • Current Passport
  • Proof of address- a piece of mail will usually suffice
  • A letter of enrollment from your college
  • A personal identification number
  • Social security number (only available if you have a job)
  • Student ID number
  • Passport number
  • An international ID number with photo identification
  • Individual taxpayer identification number

If your visa has been denied, please work with your Enrollment Services Advisor to receive a refund for your deposit.

If you have overpaid for tuition or other expenses, please contact the UDayton Global Managing Director, who will work with you to either return funds to your bank account or to apply funds to the next semester’s tuition. Refunds take approximately 45 business days (6 weeks) to process.

More information about refunds is available in the Enrollment Contract under Tuition and Fees: Refunds



Progression Guide

Once you have progressed from UDayton Global by completing your program, several important changes will occur.

After you progress from UDayton Global, your tuition and fees will be paid directly to Flyer Student Services through your Porches account in My Payment Center.

Health Insurance
According to university health requirements, all international students are required to have health insurance coverage while enrolled (including vacations). Please note the expiration date of your insurance policy. After you progress, you will have the opportunity to renew your current policy, and we will gladly support you in doing so.

Academic & Career Advising
Going forward, you will rely on the academic advisor for your major and the ISSS office for advising. If you do not know who your academic advisor is, please contact the Academic or Student Services team and they will gladly help you with that.

Career advising and Career Accelerator information will be available after you progress. Please contact Brittany Chill to schedule an appointment.


Clubs & Organizations

Student Clubs and Organizations

Parking and Transport

Parking Information
Transport Information


UD’s Fitness and Recreation Complex (RecPlex)

Follow udaytonglobal on Instagram for upcoming events on campus and in Dayton!


Center for Academic Success

Do you need to improve your writing skills or study habits? Do you need help preparing for an exam or presentation? Maybe you just have a question and don’t know who to ask? Our friendly online tutors and counselors are here to support you! Schedule a free Zoom session with one of our Academic Skills or Subject Area Tutors (see options below) and gain the confidence and skills to succeed in your undergraduate and graduate classes. Email for more information.

Meet Your Tutors
Schedule an Appointment
Skills covered in the Academic skills tutoring sessions
Skills covered in the Math skills tutoring sessions
Click below to watch a video introduction of each of the tutors.

Academic Skills Tutors

Alicia Coe

Alicia Coe

I am Alicia Coe. I have been teaching English for academic purposes and critical writing at several universities in Europe and the United States for 17 years. Apart from teaching, I work as a curriculum developer, a writing consultant for undergraduate and graduate students, a copyeditor, and a Cambridge examiner. I am experienced in teaching international students; therefore, I can provide different learning approaches depending on the cultural background of each student.

Amanda Wilcox

Amanda Wilcox

I am Amanda Wilcox. Originally, I hail from Macon, Georgia, where I studied Biology and Spanish at Mercer University. After teaching foreign language for about 5 years, I began a master’s degree at Auburn University. Upon graduating, I continued to teach Spanish at the university and eventually began teaching in the ESL Department, where I found my calling. I have been involved in teaching, tutoring, and curriculum writing for international students learning English ever since. In total, I have nearly 20 years of experience teaching all ages from young children to adults in an academic setting.

Sedighe Zamani Roodsari

Bianca Coria

I am Bianca Coria. I have eight years of experience teaching English at various levels in Asia and the United States. I currently work as an English instructor and course developer, and I hold certifications in TESOL, TEFL, and TEYL. I have experience working with students of all ages, from toddlers to adults from various backgrounds. In addition to enjoying my career, I also enjoy meeting new people, visiting new places, tasting new foods, and spending time with my family. I love working with students, and I strive to create a positive and enjoyable environment. I look forward to working with you.

Math Tutors

Dipen Bhuva

Dipen Bhuva

I am Dipen Bhuva. I am a PhD student in Computer Science at the Cleveland State University and have a Masters graduate from Northeastern University in Information Security. I am also a certified Network+ by Comptia, Certified Ethical Hacker, RH-11 Expert Hacker, RedHat Server Certified Engineering and am Amazon Web Service (Cloud) certified. For my “extraordinary dedication and teaching,” I was granted an “excellent achievement for Graduate Assistantship” from CSU. I will be happy to help with any problems and solutions related to computer science: Programming, Networking, Server engineering, Cloud, Statistic, Advanced Mathematics and Cyber Security.

To schedule appointments with the following tutors, please click “Book a Session” below. Please book 24 hours in advance to provide your tutors ample time to prepare for the session.

Alicia Coe

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Bianca Coria

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Amanda Wilcox

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Dipen Bhuva

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  • Academic writing – generating ideas, organizing, summarizing, paraphrasing, revising/editing
  • Research skills: Finding credible sources and academic articles
  • Understanding academic integrity; avoiding plagiarism
  • MLA & APA citations and format
  • Academic presentation preparation and practice
  • Time management – weekly planning, semester-long planning
  • Reading strategies
  • Note-taking skills
  • Test preparation strategies
  • Class and groupwork participation strategies
  • Discussion skills
  • Grammar rules and practice
  • Academic communication etiquette – emails, office hours, requesting letters of recommendation
  • Business writing – emails, reports, meeting summaries
  • Career development – resume and cover letter writing
  • Building math confidence for students who struggle with math
  • General and Foundational Math help at any level
  • Calculus including Calc 1 and Calc 2
  • Algebra and Linear Algebra
  • Topology
  • Discrete Math
  • Category Theory
  • Algorithms
  • Differential Equations

Student Health Insurance

Health insurance through UDayton Global’s student health insurance plan (provided by Wellfleet) auto-renews every year.

If you are a student who has insurance through UDayton Global’s student health insurance plan and you wish to renew, then no action is required. (In addition to enrollment in your current policy, you will also receive the added benefits of vision and dental insurance. The details of your plan can be found here:

**If you do have private insurance that meets university standards and would prefer to us this insurance over UDayton Global’s student health insurance plan, please send an email to UDayton Global’s Student Services Team at to let them know. Failure to provide this information will result in your continued enrollment in UDayton Global’s insurance plan.

Should you have any questions, please contact University Health Plans at 800-437-6448 and a representative will be happy to assist you.

Important Dates

Payment Deadline (Graduate):

April 25, 2023

Move-in Date:

May 9, 2023

Program Start Date:

May 10, 2023

Master in Business Analytics (MBAN)

Payment Deadline:

June 4, 2023

Move-in Date:

June 18, 2023

Program Start Date:

June, 19, 2023