The English Language Transition (ELT) Program at the University of Wisconsin-River Falls provides intensive English language courses for degree-seeking students. Admission to the ELT program indicates that a student is academically qualified for admission, but they have not yet met the English language requirement.
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All F-1 and J-1 Visa holders and their spouses/dependents are required to purchase the University of Wisconsin System's comprehensive hospital and medical insurance plan upon enrollment.
We discourage exchange students from bringing dependents to the U.S. during their short-term study because of limited family housing options. If you have questions regarding your dependants, please contact the International Student Admissions.
If you want to bring your spouse and/or children to the United States, you will need to request a dependent I-20 from International Student Admissions and provide documentation of additional funds, as well as proof of your relationship.I want to work on the campus? Is this okay?
F-1 and J-1 students holding a valid UW-River Falls I-20 or DS-2019 are eligible to work on the campus. Students transferring to UWRF from another U.S. college or ESL program must have their transfer authorized by International Student Services before they are eligible for employment. Employment is limited to 20 hours/week while school is in session and up to 40 hours/week during semester breaks and the summer vacation period.
You may be able to obtain Curricular Practical Training authorization to work in a job related to your field of study. Contact International Student Services regarding eligibility requirements and the application process.