To properly welcome you to California College of the Arts and to ensure you have a successful start, all new international students take part in the international student orientation.
This is a chance to meet key faculty and staff who are here to support you. More importantly you will have an opportunity to connect with other students.
International orientation provides specific information about:
- F-1 and J-1 regulations (including on- and off-campus employment regulations)
- health insurance
- academic advising
- learning resources
- campus technology
- and additional resources for how to best adjust to life in the United States -- at CCA and the larger Bay Area
6 Steps to Prepare for Orientation
International Student Residential Hall Move-In
Saturday & Sunday, August 22-23, 2015
Specific move-in times emailed with housing confirmation
Further information can be found on the housing page.
International Student Orientation
Monday, August 24, 2015
9 a.m.-2 p.m.
Timken Hall, Main Building, SF campus
(Note: US federal regulations require all F-1 or J-1 visa students attend.) Be sure to bring your passport with visa and I-20 or DS-2019.
CCA New Student Orientation
Tuesday-Friday August 25-28, 2015
Times and Location can be found at New Student Orientation.
(This orientation is required of all new CCA students.)
Once you have your CCA ID number, set up your CCA e-mail address. Contact Educational Technology Services to assist you, if needed.
Once your account is activated, you need to wait 24 hours before your new username and password will work in WebAdvisor.
With your CCA e-mail activated, you will now have full access to WebAdvisor, a web-based tool that allows you to review your academic and financial information, search for classes, and update your address.
In Fall 2015, the ISAP office will host an exhibition to showcase the work of all international students to the CCA community. You will be invited to participate, so plan ahead and bring work with you!
CCA does not currently require students to present proof of immunizations. However, the college encourages students to consult with their medical professional about which vaccines are best for them. Further information about immunizations are discussed on the access & wellness section of the CCA website.
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