International Students' Orientation?

<p>Do all of us have to be at Northeastern Univ on August 30th? (we need to report to ISSI or something?)</p>

<p>Or is it just for Pharm D major International students??</p>

<p>I am a PharmD major too living in Canada but an American citizen, but they told me move-in is on the 31st,, I think we should call them up and confirm this. I know someone else from another major who says that move-in is on August 29,,</p>

<p>I'm from Poland and yes, I have to come on August 29.</p>

<p>I nearly thought I was the only Pharm major coming in for the International Orientation, phew :).</p>

<p>That's strange... I'm international as well, and they told me to come on Sept 1</p>

<p>If you live internationally but have US passport/residency you will go on Sept 1, Most of the stuff the days before are on visa issues etc ( as per admissions office).</p>

<p>I have not received any email or anything since the acceptance letter but I called NEU yesterday and they told me that Orientation for me should be on September 2nd. </p>

<p>Maybe the reason why is because I wil study for a Finance & Insurance major.</p>

<p>In your myNEU account, when you click on 'Orientation Registration', it should be written that the orientation begins on September 1st. However, above that it is written that ISSI orientation for international students will begin on August 30th, thus the move-in date is 29th.</p>

<p>Well...thank you very much for the details!</p>

<p>If you decided to live on-campus, do you know starting what date we can settle in Boston?</p>

<p>The move-in day is August 29th, so that's when we will be able to actually begin living in our dorms. You can come earlier, of course, but you would have to take care of some housing on your own.</p>

<p>Thanks. Then, if I decide to arrive on the 26th or the 25th of August, do you think I could arrange something that can work out with the people in charge of the housing at NEU?</p>

<p>Does anyone know what is the amount of the fees for housing for International Students?</p>