COVID-19 Updates
Updated October 14, 2020

Cambridge College will continue remote learning and teaching through Fall 2020-2021 term. The health and safety of our students, faculty, staff and community are important to us. Please see our updates regarding COVID-19 and campus plans.

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International Students

 

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Prospective International Students

Interested in studying with Cambridge College? Learn more about available programs, the international application process and required documents on our Prospective International Students page. Contact one of our Designated School Officials (DSOs) listed below for assistance.

Click the interactive brochure to open it.

 

 

Contact Us 

We can help you understand your options, navigate the application process, maintain your F-1 status, and more.

Boston

Maxime Mad-toingue
Primary Designated School Official (PDSO)
International Student Advisor
+1-617-873-0142
maxime.mad-toingue@cambridgecollege.edu

Bella Margarian
Assistant Director of International Admissions
+1-617-873-0145
bella.margarian@cambridgecollege.edu
Skype: bmargarian

Email Boston International Office: international@cambridgecollege.edu
Need to make an appointment with the Boston International Student Office? Click here to request a meeting.

Southern California

Courtenay Griffin (DSO)
Assistant Director of Admissions
+1-617-873-0563
courtenay.griffin@cambridgecollege.edu

Rita Clemons (DSO)
Regional Center Director
+1-617-873-0560
rita.clemons@cambridgecollege.edu

Email California International Office:  California-International@cambridgecollege.edu

Puerto Rico

Carmen Mendez (DSO)
Assistant Director of Operations
+1-787-296-1101
carmen.mendez@cambridgecollege.edu

Jomary Marrero (DSO)
Assistant Director of Admission, Enrollment and Marketing
+1-787-296-1101
jomary.marrero@cambridgecollege.edu

Email Puerto Rico International Office: puertoricoinfo@cambridgecollege.edu

 

General Information

Maintaining F1 Status

All F1 non-immigrant students must maintain their F1 status by registering full time in:

  • The first term of study
  • Every Fall term
  • Every Spring term
Full-time registration is:
  • 12 credits for undergraduate students
  • 8 credits for graduate student
Students may reduce course load only:
  • For academic reasons in the first term of study
  • With a valid medical excuse
  • In the last term of study prior to graduation

Current International Students

Already a member of the Cambridge College community? The International Student Office is here to support you throughout your educational journey.

Go to Current International Students

International Alumni

Just because you’ve graduated, doesn’t mean you’re not still part of the Cambridge College community! Stay in touch after you have graduated for support with:

  • Career Services
  • Networking
  • Letter of good standing

Stay in touch! Email the International Student Office

Resources for Students

Academic Support

Need help writing a paper, composing the final research project, or passing a math class?

Visit Academic Support

Registrar's Office

For questions about:

  • Getting a new ID card
  • Classes offered
  • Course registration
  • Adding/dropping classes before the Add/Drop deadline
  • Withdrawing from a class after the Add/Drop deadline
  • Requesting official transcripts
  • Applying for graduation

Visit the Registrar's Office

Bursar's Office

For questions about:

  • Paying your bill
  • Student health insurance
  • A BR or BO hold on your account

Visit the Bursar's Office

Career Resource Center

For assistance with:

  • Résumé composition
  • Cover letters
  • Networking
  • Interviews

Visit the Center for Career & Professional Development

Forms for International Students

  • Prospective students
  • Letters
  • Work authorization
  • F1 status
  • English language testing
  • Other forms

Other Helpful Links

Academic Calendar

International Student Office policies

Regulations for F1 Students: 8 CFR 214(f)

English Language Testing