May 2019 SEVP Outreach Bulletin

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It’s not too late to learn about the latest news affecting SEVP-certified schools and international students. The Spring 2019 SEVP InFocus Webinar recording is now available on Study in the States. 

The Spring 2019 SEVP InFocus Webinar aired on Thursday, May 9, 2019, and featured the latest program news and updates affecting SEVP-certified schools and international students.

During the webinar, SEVP representatives discussed current and upcoming program initiatives of interest to designated school officials (DSOs), including:

  • Government Accountability Office audit recommendations;
  • Recent SEVP Portal releases;
  • Science, technology, engineering and mathematics optional practical training reporting reminders;
  • Record keeping best practices; and
  • Important resources on Study in the States.

This webinar was intended for DSOs at SEVP‑certified schools, and those with an interest in the latest topics and trends in international education.

Access a copy of the webinar presentation, hyperlink appendix and glossary on the Study in the States Stakeholder Webinars page. A copy of the script will be available for download in the coming weeks.

Register now to learn egister now to learn how SEVP is partnering with the National Center for Campus Public Safety (NCCPS) to make schools safer.

On June 11, 2019, at 2 p.m. EDT, SEVP will present during the Get to Know SEVP: An Introduction to Working with International Students webinar in partnership with NCCPS, an organization dedicated to providing useful resources and information to support safer campus communities.

During the webinar, SEVP representatives will provide a program overview, discuss ways campus law enforcement officials can incorporate international students into emergency preparedness, share hot topics and the latest updates affecting F and M students, and review free resources available to NCCPS stakeholders. SEVP encourages members of the campus law enforcement community to save the date and tune in!

For more information, please visit the NCCPS webinar page, and to register, please visit the EventBrite registration page. Registration is not required prior to the webinar, but encouraged in the event of technical difficulties.

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