ETSU offers help, counseling for international students in light of new ICE regulations on campus
Officials at East Tennessee State University are offering to counsel international students that may be stressed due to updated guidelines by US Immigration and Customs Enforcement.
Those changes include having an international student returned to their home country if their college or university does not offer in-person instruction on campus this fall.
The statement from ETSU said there is some flexibility with students who commit to a schedule of online and classroom instruction but they will continue to support them including any visa issues while monitoring any ICE developments.
Earlier this week the U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement released new guidelines for its Student and Exchange Visitor Program that affect on-ground international students at #ETSU and across the U.S. Please see the open letter from Dr. Keller: https://t.co/0q5igsw9OZ pic.twitter.com/oHmGE9SlbZ
— ETSU (@etsu) July 9, 2020