Contact the International Office
North Park University's International Office provides assistance to future and current North Park students who are not citizens or legal residents of the United States. Before you arrive at North Park, you will communicate primarily with the admissions team, while the International Office staff will help you make your transition to Chicago and keep your paperwork in order once you are here.
Mark OlsonInternational Enrollment Strategist
Mark works with partner international universities, organizations, and agents around the world. These relationships create opportunities for North Park students to study abroad, students from partner institutions to come to North Park, and degree-seeking students to pursue their goals and dreams at North Park. Contact Mark at firstname.lastname@example.org, (773) 960-5412, or +1 (773) 960-5412.
Michael DrakeInternational Recruiter
Enrolling in any college as an international student can be complicated, but our undergraduate international recruiter, Michael, is dedicated to helping you navigate the process as smoothly as possible at North Park. He is also our University’s golf coach, so he can provide unique firsthand knowledge about the important relationships our students are able to develop with their faculty, coaches, and peers. Whether you have questions about the application, our English proficiency requirements, or what life will be like in Chicago and at North Park, Michael will help you find the answers you need so you can get off to a great start at the University.
Get in touch with Michael by emailing email@example.com or at (773) 244-5268.
Admissions and Scholarships for Other Programs
Details for graduate and adult learning programs:
Additional North Park Contacts
Dr. Sumie SongDirector of the International Office
Once you begin your studies at North Park, Dr. Song and the staff in the International Office will provide you with an array of resources and support to help you adjust to life in Chicago and make sure all the paperwork you need is in order.
Travel Signature on I-20 or DS-2019 Forms
If you will leave the United States while you are a student, you'll need a travel validation signature on your Form I-20 or DS-2019. Each travel signature is valid for 12 months. If a new signature is needed, contact:
- Sumie Song, Director of the International Office (Johnson Center, first floor)
- Ida Eriksson, Assistnat Director of the International Office (Johnson Center, first floor)
Student Administrative Services
Student Administrative Services provides assistance with billing, registration, transcripts, proof of enrollment, and graduation requirements. Contact them.
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