The following links may be of interest to professionals supporting international students studying in the U.S.

In our Print Collection:

International Students and Academic Libraries: Initiatives for Success / edited by Pamela A. Jackson, Patrick Sullivan
Z675.U5I5885 2011  

Internationalization of Student Affairs and Services: An Emerging Global Perspective / Kenneth J. Osfield and associates
LB2342.9.I58 2008  

Academic Advising: A Comprehensive Handbook / Virginia N. Gordon, Wesley R. Habley, Thomas J. Grites, and associates
LB2343.A29 2008  


American Association of Community Colleges, International Programs & Services 
Resources for international students interested in study abroad programs.

Code of Federal Regulations, Section 214
Governs F and M visa holders.

Collaborative Partnerships: Building Effective Sponsored Student Programs
A NAFSA guide to better collaboration between students and the administrations that sponsor their activities.  

Culture Crossing, Guide to Customs Around the World

Hiring International Employees: Model Practices and Key Topics in Creating an Immigration Sponsorship Program
This NAFSA report overviews the best methods for refining and using immigration sponsorship. 

J-1 Visas (Exchange Visitors)

List of Temporary Visa Types

NAFSA International Student and Scholar Services Resources
Resources for international student advisers.

NAFSA International Student Recruitment, Admissions, and Preparation Resources
Resources for professionals.

New Approaches to Cooperation with Latin America
This NAFSA report recommends various solutions to the challenges academic institutions in Latin America and the United States have when attempting to increase student enrollment. 

Open Doors Report on International Students Studying in the U.S. 
Open Doors Report on International Student Enrollment in U.S. Intensive English Language
Open Doors Report on International Scholars Hosted in the U.S. 
Annual data from the Institute for International Education (IIE)