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New Admissions

We recommend that you begin the international application process at least 3 months before your intended arrival. Deadlines are as follows:

Application Deadlines
Term Received by
Fall May 15
Spring October 15
Summer March 15

It takes time to process the I-20 (the document we issue) and obtain the F-1 student visa (issued by the U.S. consulate in your home country).

Submissions after deadline may not be processed in time for that term.

Steps to Enroll

Enrolling at College of the Siskiyous is easy. Students wishing to be considered for admission to College of the Siskiyous must complete an application and submit all supporting documents. Check out the steps below.

Step 1: Apply

First Time Student at a U.S. College
You are a first time student if you have never attended a U.S. school or if you have had a gap of more than 5 months between academic programs.

Download International Supplemental Application

Once this step is done we will enter your information into our system and report to SEVIS to issue you your I-20.

Step 2: Make an appointment with your consulate

Once you have received your I-20 in the mail, you will make an appointment with your Consulate to have your F-1 Visa issued. Once issued, send the F-1 Visa to College of the Siskiyous with your proof of health insurance.
Once we receive all your documents, you will be cleared to participate in orientation and registration.

Step 3: Siskiyou Orientation Advising and Registration (SOAR)

Contact Counseling and Student Support Programs to set up an appointment. counselingservices@siskiyous.edu or (530) 938-5353.

Step 4: Once you arrive in the United States

Bring your I-94 into Admissions and Records.

Contact International Admissions

International Admission Officer
Email: international@siskiyous.edu
Phone: (530) 938-5500
Fax: (530) 938-5367
Address: International Admissions, 800 College Avenue, Weed CA 96094

Sevis Resource Library Information https://studyinthestates.dhs.gov/resource-library