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Undergraduate Admissions
Richard O’Rourke
International Recruiter and Advisor
1200 S. Jay St., Box 1103
+1-605-626-2637
international@northern.edu
 
Graduate Admissions
Tammy Griffith, Program Assistant
1200 S. Jay St., Box 1153
+1-605-626-2558
tammy.griffith@northern.edu
 
Academic English Program
Tara Arntsen, Interim Director
1200 S. Jay St., Box 1154
+1-605– 626–7693
tara.arntsen@northern.edu
 
Exchange Program
Stacey Schmidt, International Student Advisor
1200 S. Jay Street, Box 1082
+1-605-626-7672
stacey.schmidt@northern.edu 
 


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Employment
WORK AUTHORIZATION SUMMARY FOR STUDENTS WHO ARE IN LAWFUL STATUS
 
Definition of Employment
 
Employment is the rendering of services on either a part-time or full-time basis for compensation, financial or otherwise, including self-employment (uncompensated activity is referred to as volunteering).
 
Part-time:
Part-time employment is defined as work for a total of 20 hours/week or less.

Full-time:
Full-time employment is defined as work for a total of more than 20 hours/week.

Potential Effects for International Students
 
International students contravening employment restrictions risk violating their visa status. Potential effects of violating international student visa status include, but are not limited to, termination of SEVIS record and the need to regain visa status through costly and sometimes lengthy procedures. Please direct questions about employment restrictions to the International Student Office.