International Students and Scholars

Welcome to Harvey Mudd College! The International Student and Scholars (ISS) program supports and helps the international community at Harvey Mudd College. ISS provides information and resources for students to thrive academically, culturally and socially.

Harvey Mudd is home to international students from over 32 countries and growing! We seek to improve campus climate by positively impacting our campus community through the inclusion of the cultural heritage of all our international students and scholars. We strive to raise awareness about critical issues facing our international students and scholars, providing support,  while also fostering a community that celebrates their individuality and resiliency at Mudd.

Move In Dates for Fall 2023

*First Year: August 17, 2023

Upperclassmen: August 27, 2023

*Must participate in New International Student and Scholar Orientation

Registration for New International Student and Scholar Orientation is forthcoming.

Virtual NISSO will begin the week of July 31st, 2023. All international students will receive a link in the HMC emails.

Mission

The International Students and Scholars Office at Harvey Mudd College develops, promotes and supports a welcoming environment for international students by providing advising, programming and support.

Vision

We seek to improve campus climate by positively impacting our campus community through the inclusion of the cultural heritage of all our international students and scholars. We strive to raise awareness about critical issues facing out international students and scholars, providing support, while also fostering a community that celebrates the individuality and resiliency at Mudd.

Learning Outcomes:

  • Community: Students will have the opportunity to define their identity in relation to cultural and social differences, while also understanding the impact of being an international student and scholar in the United States.
  • Navigate: Students will be able to gain foundational knowledge of the US visa process while also navigating the ever changing policies.
  • Outreach: Students will have the opportunity to engage in community building while gaining support systems through cross cultural experiences.