Procedure for selected students coming to the US

Before leaving home

Incoming students should provide the following documents:

  1. Certificate of Eligibility Application, download at http://www.temple.edu/ois/pdfs/I20APP.pdf
  2. Financial Documentation. A minimum of $1,500/semester, since tuition fees are waived for Atlantis students and they will be receiving a stipend from their home institution. This can either be in the form of the most recent bank statement or a letter from the bank, on bank letterhead, signed by a bank official, with a specific amount. This must be dated within six months.
  3. Statistical Record for New and Returning Students (see attached).
  4. Visiting Student Registration Form (see attached), must include all required signatures.
  5. English language tests (TOEFL or similar) are NOT requested for students enrolled in the CAP Atlantis project.

Send all information to:
Owen T. Jones
Administrative Assistant
Office of International Affairs
215-204-9573 Fiona H. Neale-May
Assistant Director for Global Programs
Temple University | Office of International Affairs
p: 215.204.9573 | f: 215.204.9572 | o: 403 Conwell Hall
www.temple.edu/international Dr. Olga Vilceanu,
Director of International Programs,
Office of International Affairs,
Temple University,
403 Conwell Hall,
1801 N. Broad Street,
Philadelphia, PA 19122 U.S.A. */?>

Living arrangements: students are responsible for all their living costs. Housing on campus is available in several apartment complexes, see listing here: http://www.temple.edu/studentaffairs/housing/offcampus/LocalApartmentComplexes.html

Graduate students should choose single-occupancy rooms, unless sharing with friends (different age and priorities may make it difficult to study with a freshman roommate).

Home stay and city living arrangements also possible.


Contact: exchange@temple.edu

Contact for all academic matters: Dr. Cristian Gutierrez, Department of Mathematics, College of Science and Technology, Temple University.

Once arrived in Philadelphia

The student will attend the orientation meeting at the International Students & Scholars Office, tentatively scheduled for August 18 for Fall 2010. The student will meet with Dr. Gutierrez and Alexis Cogan at the Department of Mathematical Sciences to arrange for office space and participate in the departmental orientation sessions for new graduate students.

The student attends courses, and takes the corresponding exams.