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					International Programs at Shoreline
        Community College
         A Presentation to the College President
                      April 14, 2010
  (Originally presented to the Enrollment Management
             Committee on January 25, 2010)

  Samira Pardanani, Assistant Director, International
  Admissions and Immigration
  Thalia Saplad, Executive Director, International Programs
                        RECRUITING/
                         MARKETING



   CONTRACT                                      ADMISSIONS
   PROGRAMS




                                                   ORIENTATION,
  STUDY                                              STUDENT
ABROAD AND                                           SERVICES,
  INT’L                                             RETENTION
EDUCATION




              IMMIGRATION
              SERVICES AND            ACADEMIC
                 SEVIS                ADVISING
                             Admissions

              Recruitment                    Orientation




Connect to                                                  Academic
 Resources                                                  Advising


                             International
                                Student


Immigration                                                   Class
  Services                                                 Registration




                                              Health
              Student Life
                                             Insurance
                             Liaison with
                               Housing
Per your request in the voicemail message you left, here is the Powerpoint! J


Samira




  Before Application Process: Inquiry Process

                                                         Receive application and docs by mail, fax or in person
    Receive online
    application



                                                                  Hourly student worker inputs all
                                                                  information into FSA-Atlas database.
   Auto reply goes out                                            Needs to be accurate to export to
   providing info on other                                        SEVIS. Does initial review of
   documents needed and                                           application.
   providing information
   about process.
                                                                                              If application incomplete, Program
                                                                                              Coordinator (PC) contacts
                               If application fee has                                         applicant/agent/relative. Usually time-
                               been paid.                                                     consuming process with numerous
                                                                                              phone calls and emails.

      Creates student record in HP and
      generates SID #. If in person app
      and cash, applicant pays fee to
      cashier and brings receipt back to
      IP. If check or cc, takes to cashier                                   File goes to Asst. Director (AD) for final
      and attaches receipt to                                                review. AD reviews transcripts, financial
      application.                                                           documentation, immigration situation.



      If application appears complete.                                                      If application is incomplete, AD
                                                                  Student
                                                                  admitted                  contacts applicant/agent or
                                                                                            forwards file to PC for follow up.


                                                           AD sends acceptance email to
                                                           applicant/agent. Creates tailored
                                                           acceptance letter depending on
                                                           various situations (Change of
                                                           Status, High-school completion,
                                                           Out of Status, Transfer student,
                                                           etc. Updates FSA Atlas. Makes
                                                           note of any special situations.
                                                           Creates checklist for PC for action
                                                           items.



                                             PC inputs additional data in FSA for I-20
                                             purposes, uploads I-20 in SEVIS batch system
                                             (thru FSA), Next day downloads and prints                     Welcome Packet (with I-20
                                             I-20 immigration document, puts together                      document) goes out via
                                             welcome packet (includes orientation info,                    DHL, regular mail or ready
                                             homestay handout, official welcome brochure,                  for pick-up as needed.
                                             etc. Creates physical file.

           After application process: Regular communication with admitted students based on established
           communication schedule.
                       NAFSA MANUAL
                     Chapter 3 - F 1 Students
Index Page 1

   •   3.B : F-1 Overview
         •      3.2 : Scope, sources, and resources
         •      3.3 : F-1 students: Basic roles and relationships
         •      3.4 : Quick-reference: eligibility for F-1 status
         •      3.5 : Quick-reference: F SEVIS transactions
   •   3.C : The Initial I-20
   •   3.D : Acquiring F Status: Visas, Admission, Change of Status
   •   3.E : F-1 Status and Status Maintenance
         •      3.13 : F-1 Duration of Status (D/S) and grace periods
                    • 3.13.1 : The 30-day period before program start date
                    • 3.13.2 : 60-day post-completion grace periods
                    • 3.13.3 : 15-day grace period after authorized and approved withdrawals
                    • 3.13.4 : Unapproved withdrawals or terminations
         •      3.14 : Maintaining F-1 status
         •      3.15 : Actions taken at the end of a course of study or OPT
                    • 3.15.1 : Departure from the United States within 60 days
                    • 3.15.2 : Shorten Program and Complete Program functions
         •      3.16 : Terminating an F or M SEVIS record
                    • 3.16.1 : DHS guidance on F and M Student Record Terminations in
                         SEVIS
                    • 3.16.2 : Termination and leaves of absence
   •   3.F : SEVIS Registration and Enrollment Reporting
         •      3.17 : Overview of Registration and enrollment reporting
                    • 3.17.1 : The significance of SEVIS Registration
                    • 3.17.2 : Discussion on SEVIS Registration v. enrollment reporting
                         requirements
         •      3.18 : Initial SEVIS Registration
                    • 3.18.1 : Deadline for initial SEVIS registration
                    • 3.18.2 : Students that must go through initial SEVIS Registration
                    • 3.18.3 : Procedures for initial registration
                    • 3.18.4 : Requirement to report no-shows
         •      3.19 : Continuing SEVIS Registration
         •      3.20 : Enrollment-reporting requirements
                    • 3.20.1 : School's deadline for registering for classes
                    • 3.20.2 : Procedures for reporting on enrollment status
                    • 3.20.3 : Requirement to update a student's program end date
   •   3.G : Full Course of Study Requirements and Exceptions
         •      3.21 : F-1 full course of study requirements
Index Page 2


                 • 3.21.1 : General full course of study requirements
                 • 3.21.2 : Graduate study
                 • 3.21.3 : Undergraduate study
                 • 3.21.4 : Non-degree study at a college or university
                 • 3.21.5 : nontraditional programs of study
                 • 3.21.6 : English language study
                 • 3.21.7 : Distance education limits
                 • 3.21.8 : Elementary and secondary study
                 • 3.21.9 : Canadian and Mexican border commuter students
                 • 3.21.10 : Postdoctoral students or fellows
        •     3.22 : Exceptions to the full-course-of-study requirement
                 • 3.22.1 : SEVIS procedures for authorizing an RCL
                 • 3.22.2 : DHS review of DSO RCL authorizations
                 • 3.22.3 : Academic difficulty exceptions
                 • 3.22.4 : Illness or medical condition exception
                 • 3.22.5 : Completing the course of study during the final term
                 • 3.22.6 : Canadian and Mexican border commuter students
        •     3.23 : Other exceptions and exemptions
                 • 3.23.1 : Annual vacation exemption
                 • 3.23.3 : Graduate students who have completed formal coursework
                 • 3.23.4 : Students engaged in practical training
                 • 3.23.5 : Concurrent enrollment in two different SEVIS-approved F-1 schools
 •   3.H : Edits, Updates and Changes to the SEVIS Record
        •     3.24 : Maintaining a student's SEVIS record
        •     3.25 : Changing majors or fields of study
                 • 3.25.1 : Procedures for changing majors or fields of study
 •   3.I : Extensions, Moving Levels, and Transfers
        •     3.26 : Extension of F-1 stay
                 • 3.26.1 : Extension of stay eligibility
                 • 3.26.2 : Extension of stay procedures
                 • 3.26.3 : Problematic extension scenarios
        •     3.27 : Change in educational level at the same school
                 • 3.27.1 : Procedures for changing education levels at the same school
        •     3.28 : Transferring from one school to another
                 • 3.28.1 : Transfer terminology
                 • 3.28.2 : General F-1 transfer procedures
                 • 3.28.3 : Eligibility for school transfer
                 • 3.28.4 : Transfer deadlines and timelines
                 • 3.28.6 : Travel while between schools
Index Page 3

                  • 3.28.7 : Study at a third school in the summer term before transfer
                  • 3.28.8 : Transfers and students in Terminated SEVIS status
                  • 3.28.9 : Transfer of newly arrived (Initial) students
                  • 3.28.10 : Student decides not to transfer, after release date
                  • 3.28.11 : Transfer to a third school, after release date
                  • 3.28.12 : Student is transferred to wrong school in SEVIS
                  • 3.28.13 : Transfer-in who is incorrectly issued an "initial" form
                  • 3.28.14 : Impact of transfer on student employment and practical training
 •   3.J : Resolving Status Problems
        •     3.29 : Corrections to an F or M SEVIS record done by a PDSO
                  • 3.29.1 : General correction procedures
                  • 3.29.2 : Extend Program correction
                  • 3.29.3 : Return to Initial Status correction
                  • 3.29.4 : Terminate Student correction
                  • 3.29.5 : Transfer Out correction
        •     3.30 : Corrections that require review by the SEVP Office
                  • 3.30.1 : Making a Change Request in SEVIS
                  • 3.30.2 : SEVIS Help Desk and School Certification Branch
                  • 3.30.3 : Help for SEVIS fee payment questions and problems
        •     3.31 : Reinstatement to F-1 status
                  • 3.31.1 : Conditions for approval of reinstatement
                  • 3.31.2 : Reinstatement application procedures
                  • 3.31.3 : Adjudication and post-adjudication
                  • 3.31.4 : Practice issues with reinstatement
 •   3.K : F-1 Employment
        •     3.32 : F-1 employment overview
                  • 3.32.1 : Types of employment available to F-1 students
                  • 3.32.2 : Employment restrictions for certain types of students
        •     3.33 : On-Campus employment
                  • 3.33.1 : Types of on-campus employment
                  • 3.33.2 : Limitations and special issues of on-campus employment
                  • 3.33.3 : Eligibility and procedures for on-campus employment
        •     3.34 : Off-campus employment
                  • 3.34.1 : Termination of off-campus employment authorization
                  • 3.34.2 : Employment based on severe economic hardship
                  • 3.34.4 : Special Student Relief
 •   3.L : Curricular Practical Training (CPT)
        •     3.35 : F-1 study for which no practical training is permitted
        •     3.37 : What is CPT?
Index Page 4


           •    3.38 : Effect of use of CPT on eligibility for OPT
                    • 3.38.1 : Use of part-time CPT does not impact eligibility for OPT
                    • 3.38.2 : Impact of full-time CPT on OPT eligibility at a higher educational
                         level
           •    3.39 : Eligibility requirements for CPT
                    • 3.39.1 : Enrollment for at least one full academic year
                    • 3.39.2 : Employment must be an integral part of an established curriculum
                    • 3.39.3 : Additional guidance on the use of CPT
           •    3.40 : Procedures for authorizing for CPT
                    • 3.40.1 : What the student must do
                    • 3.40.2 : What the DSO must do
           •    3.41 : Editing or canceling a CPT recommendation
           •    3.42 : Impact of transfer on CPT authorization
     •   3.M : Optional Practical Training (OPT)
           •    3.43 : F-1 study for which no practical training is permitted
           •    3.44 : OPT background
                    • 3.44.1 : What is OPT?
           •    3.45 : Eligibility requirements for standard OPT
                    • 3.45.1 : Enrollment for at least one full academic year
                    • 3.45.2 : Employment must be directly related to the student's area of study
                    • 3.45.3 : Impact of prior use of full-time CPT at the same educational level
                    • 3.45.4 : Pre-completion OPT: specific requirements
                    • 3.45.5 : Standard post-completion OPT: specific requirements
                    • 3.45.6 : Restrictions for Canadian and Mexican Border Commuter Students
           •    3.46 : OPT for thesis/dissertation students
                    • 3.46.1 : Regulatory background
                    • 3.46.2 : Policy guidance from SEVP
           •    3.47 : Duration of standard OPT and employment start and end dates
                    • 3.47.1 : 12 months of standard OPT per educational level
                    • 3.47.2 : Employment start date for standard OPT
                    • 3.47.3 : Employment end date for standard OPT
                    • 3.47.4 : 14-month window to use standard post-completion OPT
           •    3.48 : OPT application deadlines
           •    3.49 : Procedures for applying for standard OPT
                    • 3.49.1 : What the student must do with the DSO
                    • 3.49.2 : What the DSO must do to recommend OPT
                    • 3.49.3 : What to send where
                    • 3.49.4 : USCIS action
Index Page 5


                • 3.50.4 : Automatic cap-gap updates when CLAIMS update successful
                • 3.50.5 : Cap-gap updates when CLAIMS has not updated SEVIS
                • 3.50.6 : DSO duties in the cap-gap extension process
                • 3.50.7 : Travel during the cap-gap benefit period
         •   3.51 : STEM OPT extensions
         •   3.52 : Cancelling or withdrawing an OPT recommendation or application
                • 3.52.1 : Relationship of completion of studies to OPT cancellation or
                      withdrawal
                • 3.52.2 : Cancelling an OPT recommendation prior to filing the I-765 with
                      USCIS
                • 3.52.3 : Withdrawing an application for OPT that is still pending with
                      USCIS
                • 3.52.4 : Where OPT has already been approved by USCIS
         •   3.53 : The job requirement and unemployment while on OPT
                • 3.53.1 : Counting unemployment time and 10-day exceptions
                • 3.53.2 : Types of activity that constitute employment while on OPT
                • 3.53.3 : Responsibility for determining whether a student has exceeded the
                      limit on unemployment
                • 3.53.4 : Student documentation of complying with the OPT employment
                      requirement
         •   3.54 : Reporting requirements during post-completion OPT
                • 3.54.1 : Reporting requirements while on standard post-completion OPT
                • 3.54.2 : Reporting procedures
         •   3.55 : Travel and reentry while engaging in OPT
                • 3.55.1 : Travel and reentry and the job requirement
                • 3.55.2 : Departure and reentry while OPT I-765 is pending
                • 3.55.3 : Interpretation of the resume employment clause
         •   3.56 : Validity of OPT in transfer or change of level scenarios
                • 3.56.1 : OPT termination in the case of Transfer Out
                • 3.56.2 : OPT termination in the case of Change Educational Level
                • 3.56.3 : Studying while on OPT
         •   3.57 : Special issues in OPT
                • 3.57.1 : Who determines whether or not a job is appropriate for OPT?
                • 3.57.2 : Post-completion OPT approved, but program not completed
                • 3.57.3 : Multiple employers/change in employers
Index Page 6

                    •     3.57.4 : Student completes program early while pre-completion OPT still
                          valid, wants to apply for post-completion OPT
     •   3.N : Travel and Reentry
           •     3.58 : Visits abroad and re-entry in F-1 status
                     • 3.58.1 : Entry to another country
                     • 3.58.2 : Travel to Canada, Mexico, and the Caribbean
                     • 3.58.3 : Reentry after a temporary absence
                     • 3.58.4 : Reentry after study abroad and graduate research abroad
                     • 3.58.5 : Reentry after an absence of more than 5 months
     •   3.O : Dependents
           •     3.59 : Eligibility for F-2 status
           •     3.60 : Procedures for F-2 dependents
                     • 3.60.1 : Form I-20 for dependents
                     • 3.60.2 : Obtaining F-2 visas and entering the United States
           •     3.61 : Restrictions on F-2 work and study
           •     3.62 : F-2 visits abroad and reentry
           •     3.63 : F-2 change of status and extension of stay
                     • 3.63.2 : Change to F-2 status
                     • 3.63.3 : Change from F-2 status
     •   3.P : Designated School Officials
           •     3.64 : PDSO and DSO duties
                     • 3.64.1 : Reassigning the PDSO role
           •     3.65 : Core requirements for designated school officials
                     • 3.65.1 : Selection and training of DSOs
           •     3.66 : How to designate an employee as a DSO
                     • 3.66.1 : Limit on number of DSOs
                     • 3.66.2 : Basic steps
                     • 3.66.3 : Specific steps: adding a new DSO
                     • 3.66.4 : Specific steps: adding a DSO who is an existing DSO or RO/ARO
                     • 3.66.5 : After the DSO is added
           •     3.67 : Consequences of DSO misconduct
     •   3.Q : School Compliance With Reporting and Recordkeeping Requirements
           •     3.68 : The importance of compliance
           •     3.69 : Recordkeeping for F and M students
                     • 3.69.1 : DSO access to records
                     • 3.69.2 : Identification and address of the student
                     • 3.69.3 : Academic records
                     • 3.69.4 : Admissions documentation
                     • 3.69.5 : Recommended documentation
                     • 3.69.6 : Retention of records
Index Page 7

                     • 3.69.7 : Failure to comply with record-keeping and reporting requirements
           •      3.70 : Student data reporting requirements
                     • 3.70.1 : Event-based reporting
                     • 3.70.2 : Registration and enrollment-reporting each semester or term
                     • 3.70.3 : DHS requests for information on individual students
                     • 3.70.4 : SEVP data validation requests
           •      3.71 : Reporting changes to school information and curriculum
                     • 3.71.1 : Changes to curriculum
                     • 3.71.2 : Adding new campuses
                     • 3.71.3 : Updating Form I-17 in SEVIS
                     • 3.71.4 : I-17 changes requiring SEVP adjudication and out-of-cycle review
     •   3.R : Out of Cycle Reviews and Certification Withdrawal
           •      3.72 : Out-of-Cycle Reviews
                     • 3.72.1 : Form I-17-related out-of-cycle reviews
                     • 3.72.2 : Other out-of-cycle reviews
                     • 3.72.3 : On-site reviews
                     • 3.72.4 : SEVP decisions on out-of-cycle reviews
           •      3.73 : Withdrawal of school certification
                     • 3.73.1 : Voluntary withdrawal
                     • 3.73.2 : Automatic withdrawal
                     • 3.73.3 : Withdrawal on notice
           •      3.74 : Operations and obligations at schools no longer certified
     •   3.S : School Recertification
           •      3.75 : Preparing for recertification
           •      3.76 : The recertification application process
                     • 3.76.1 : Timeline and nature of the first recertification
                     • 3.76.2 : SEVIS process
                     • 3.76.3 : Filing the complete recertification application package with SEVP
           •      3.77 : SEVP determinations on recertification
                     • 3.77.1 : Failure to properly apply for recertification
                     • 3.77.2 : Notice of confirmation of complete filing
                     • 3.77.3 : Notice of rejection
                     • 3.77.4 : SEVP review and adjudication of the recertification application
Other Higher Education
Institutions in Our Area
•SCC International Student Headcount Per Quarter: 2000-2010
    QUARTER 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010

   Winter        308   330   396   468   442   353   542     545   522      537    571
   Spring        322   346   417   492   459   473   574     546   518      542    554*
   Summer        187   241   275   362   373   367   371     396   348      398
   Fall          354   387   461   483   501   485   572     554   555      559
   Average       293   326   387   451   444   420   515     510   486      509
   Annual        390   435   516   602   592   559   686     680   648      678

   *10th day number

   800

   700

   600
                                                                         Winter
   500
                                                                         Spring
   400                                                                   Summer
                                                                         Fall
   300
                                                                         Average
   200                                                                   Annual

   100

     0
         2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009
                    International Student
                  Enrollment at Area CC’s
                        Fall 2003-2007
               (Based on Open Doors Reports)



1400




1200




1000




800                                                     Green River CC
                                                        Seattle Central CC
                                                        Bellevue CC

600                                                     Edmonds CC
                                                        Shoreline CC
                                                        North Seattle CC

400




200




  0
       Open     Open    Open    Open    Open    Open
       Doors    Doors   Doors   Doors   Doors   Doors
       2004     2005    2006    2007    2008    2009
   IP Office Staffing at Area
            Colleges
  Note: Information provided by staff at various colleges and/or college website.
                      Numbers are therefore approximate.

Edmonds CC                       International Students = 999 (Enrollment Based on
                                 Open Doors Report Fall 2008); Contract Program
VP =1
Associate Directors =8
Fiscal Coordinator = 1
Assistant Director = 1 (Admissions)
Program Assistants = 3
Office Assistants (Front Desk, Marketing) = 17
Total Staff = Approx. 32 (12 Permanent, 20 Hourly)

Seattle Central CC                International Students =1201; Contract Program
Executive Dean = 1
Assistant Dean = 1
Directors = 2
Assistant Directors = 1
Manager = 1
Program Coordinators = 5 (3 are Advisors)
Faculty Coordinator = 1 (50%)
Program Assistant = 1
Administrative Asst. (Financial Officer)= 1
Office Assts. = 2
Total Staff = Approx. 31 (16 Permanent, 15 Hourly)

Green River CC                   International Students = 1077; Contract Program
VP = 1
Dean = 1
Directors = 5
Advisors =5
Managers = 4
Program Assistants = 6
Executive Assistant = 1
Part-Time/Hourly Staff = Information Not Available
Total Staff= Approx. 33 (Exact figure not available) 24 Permanent
  IP Office Staffing at Area
      Colleges (Cont’d)
  Note: Information provided by staff at various colleges and/or college website.
                      Numbers are therefore approximate.



Bellevue College                International Students = 972; Contract Program
 Assistant Dean = 1
Director = 1
Program Manager = 1
Info Tech. Specialist (SEVIS) = 1
Marketing Coordinator = 1
Program Coordinators = 4 (Include 3 Advisors)
Program Assistants = 2
Admin Asst = 3
Admin Assist 3
Total Staff = Approx. 17 (12 Permanent, 5 Hourly)

North Seattle CC                International Students = 586; Contract Program
Director = 1
Assistant Director= 1
Program Coordinators = 6
Advisors = 1
Specialists = 3
Secretary Supervisor = 1
Program Assistants = 2
Front Desk Assistant = 1
Student Office Assistants = 3
Total Staff = Approx. 19 (16 Permanent, 3 Hourly)
  IP Office Staffing at Area
      Colleges (Cont’d)
 Note: Information provided by staff at various colleges and/or college website.
                     Numbers are therefore approximate.



Shoreline CC           International Students = 627; State FTE Program

    Executive Director = 1
    Assistant Directors = 4 (1 for IE only)
    Program Coordinator = 1
    Advisors = 3*
    Part Time/Hourly = 3
    Program Assistant** = Vacant (due to freeze)
    Total Staff = 9***(9 permanent)

NOTE:         *Advisors on faculty contract .
              *Program Assistant position vacant
              *** Have not included hourly employees in this figure.
                  IP Staffing at Area Colleges
             Note: Information provided by staff at various colleges and/or college website.
                                 Numbers are therefore approximate.


               35

               30

               25

               20

               15
                                                                               Permanent Staff
               10
                                                                               Total Staff
                 5

                 0




*Have not including hourly staff in the SCC staff numbers.
International Student Representation through SCC
           Student Leadership Positions
                    2003-2010



                                                            % of
                                           Campus Int'l Positions
  Year                                 SBA Ambass Peer     held by
                                            adors Mentors   Int'l
                                                          Students
2003-
2004                                            0            1           5       33%
2004-
2005                                            1            1           5       39%
2005-
2006                                            0            4           4       42%
2006-
2007                                            5            1           5       61%
2007-
2008                                            7            2           5       61%
2008-
2009                                            4            4           5       65%
2009-                                                                               *Campus Ambassador positions were
2010                                            6            0        3          65%eliminated 2009-10
Total                                          23           13       32

                                                                     2003-2010                Int'l Peer
                                      14                                                      Mentors
                                      12
                                                                             5
        # of International Students




                                      10                                                      Campus
                                                                                  5
                                                                                              Ambassadors
                                       8                             5
                                                                             2
                                       6                         4                      3
                                                                     1            4           SBA
                                       4                5                               0
                                                    5
                                           2                                 7
                                                        1        4   5
                                                    1                                  6
                                           0        0   1                         4
                                                             0
                                               2003- 2004-
                                               2004 2005 2005- 2006- 2007-
                                                           2006 2007       2008-
                                                                     2008 2009 2009-
                                                                                 2010
                                                                     Academic Year
   International Student Representation
                  through
    SCC Student Leadership Positions
                 2003-2010



            Domestic International
  Year       Student    Student    Position Total


2003-2004      12           6            18


2004-2005      11           7            18


2005-2006      11           8            19


2006-2007      7           11            18


2007-2008      9           14            23


2008-2009      7           13            20



                                                    *Campus Ambassador
                                                    positions were
2009-2010      5            9            14         eliminated 2009-10
  Total        62          68           130
Growing               Exploring
markets                housing
such as              options such
China                 as dorms




 Developing   WA State – physical,
    new          psychological
  contract     proximity to Asia,
  programs      Other colleges
               promoting State.
Budget Reductions




        Turbulent times.
        Lack of Stability




          COMPETITION




               Lack of control of
               our markets
               (Natural disasters
               etc.)
                             Not just bringing students
                             in but also retaining them.



              Where IP fits in with College’s
              mission, vision, strategic plan etc.


    Commitment of resources “Vision
    without resources is hallucination”
Intentional planning of
where planning College
wants to go with regard to
IP
     From 2003-2009, SCC International
                                  Students
              successfully transferred to
Arizona State University                  University of California, Berkeley
Bastyr University                         University of California, Davis
Berklee College of Music                  University of California Los Angeles
Boston University                         University of California, Santa Barbara
Brigham Young University, Hawaii          University of Central Arkansas
California State Polytechnic              University of Colorado, Denver
University, Pomona                        University of Florida
California State University, Northridge   University of Georgia
Central Washington University             University of Hawaii, Hilo
City University                                          University of Houston
Columbia University                                      University of Illinois,
Gonzaga University                                       Urbana Champaign
Indiana State University                                 University of
Loyola Marymount                                          Massachusetts, Amherst
University                                                University of Medicine
Michigan State University                                 and Dentistry of New
Mt. Holyoke College                                                     Jersey
Murray State University                                   University of Michigan,
New York University                                       Ann Arbor
Northeastern University                                   University of Minnesota
Oakland University                                        University of
Ohio State University                                      Mississippi
Oklahoma State University                                 University of San
Oregon State University                                   Francisco
Parsons - The New School                  University of South Carolina, Columbia
Portland State University                 University of South Dakota
Pratt Institute                           University of Southern California
Purdue University                         University of Virginia
Rutgers University, Newark                University of Washington, Seattle
School of Visual Arts, NYC                University of Washington, Bothell
Seattle Pacific University                University of Wisconsin, Madison
Seattle University                        Washington State University, Pullman
                                          Western Washington University

				
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