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Global Engagement

Connecting Rochester and the World

Since its founding, the University of Rochester has transformed the city, the region, the nation, and the world.

Office for Global Engagement

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Our office is the central point of contact for any University units or external institutions interested in international travel, activities, or engagement.

International Services Office

ISO provides the University’s international population with immigration and related support services.

Center for Education Abroad

The center advises students who are planning for—or returning from—time spent abroad

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International Admissions

The University is home to over 2,300 international students and scholars. Learn about undergraduate and graduate studies at Rochester.

Programs & Partnerships

We’re connecting with universities around the globe to offer international opportunities for students, faculty, researchers, scholars, and staff.

Travel Registry & Security

Going abroad as part of University-sponsored or supported program? Register your travel and review health, safety, and security information.

Visiting Students & Scholars

Coming for a short-term visit or longer-term stay? Get help with registration, visa designations, documentation, living in Rochester, and more.

Office of Global Engagement

Contact Us

Wallis Hall

University of Rochester

Rochester, NY 14620

+1 585-273-1820

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