SANDY LEEGUMJORN | Reporter The first thought Joyce Jacome had when she stepped off the plane in St. Louis was “How am I going to survive this place, barely knowing English?” Jacome, a Lindenwood student from […]
MATT HAMPTON | Reporter International students sometimes face difficulties adjusting to life in the U.S., so International Student Fellowship provides opportunities to connect with native students, as well as assisting with the transition in other ways. “Seventy percent of […]
Romane Donadini | Reporter
September 3, 2015; 4:30 p.m.
More than 70 Lindenwood international students got the chance to break up their daily routine by sightseeing and touring St. Louis, thanks to International Student Fellowship and to InterVarsity Christian Fellowship. […]
Connor Johnson | Staff Reporter
Published May 5, 2015; 1 p.m.
Lindenwood University is recognized as a school that is home to many international students. The university was recently ranked in the top 5 percent for international student enrollment, and was rated 6th overall in Missouri. […]
Andrea Ruano | Contributing Writer
From Print [Apr. 22, 2014] | Legacy
Many international students find getting a visa to study in the United States to be a major chore. Ecuadorian student Melissa Loor described the application process as laborious and costly. U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services must approve all visas for international students to study here. […]
Benjamin Bathke | Staff Reporter
Posted March 11, 2014; 1:42 p.m.
The crisis between Russia and the Ukraine over the Crimean peninsula may seem far away to many of us, but some Lindenwood students call the two nations home. According to the international office, 10 students from Russia and six from neighboring Ukraine currently attend LU, and the incident has implications for them. […]