- As a 1.5-person recruiting and admissions office, [EducationUSA resources] are extremely helpful to me in many small ways. We constantly refer students to the offices in their home countries for assistance,. … We feel connected to and supported by a great community of professionals around the world who are willing to help us in the goal of internationalizing our campus. Thank you! – Cindy Blount Domingo, Messiah College
- EducationUSA is the face and heart of all of us in the U.S. who dedicate ourselves to international education, reaching out and welcoming in. – Ann Koenig, AACRAO
- Our network of professional colleagues is robust and remarkably helpful as a result of our ongoing relationship with EducationUSA advisers and [regional educational] advising coordinators. Often our first email or phone call when faced with a vacuum of information about a particular country or region is to one of our EducationUSA colleagues. – Jacqueline Girard Vogl, SUNY-Plattsburgh
- I have met scores of advisers from around the world over many years. They have become friends and trusted colleagues. I feel very comfortable calling on them whenever I have doubts and in referring students to them. They have helped with verifying information about institutions, understanding transcripts, even contacting embassy officials on my behalf. Wonderful people! – Rick Lane, Emory University
- EducationUSA is a reliable source of information and resources. We are confident in their abilities to provide accurate information to institutions and to prospective students. – Judith Pennywell, Purdue University Calumet
- Our International Admissions team reaches out to EducationUSA advisers at least once a week – usually for clarification of foreign academic credentials. The advisers can always be counted upon for timely and helpful answers. They make our jobs so much easier! – Julie Soper, University of Nebraska at Omaha
- I continued to be impressed by the growth of EducationUSA and the caliber of so many of your staff. The REACs and advisers that we have been in contact with have been extremely helpful and we are grateful for their assistance. – Heather Augar, Fairleigh Dickinson University
Welcome to EducationUSA!
U.S. higher education professionals new to working with EducationUSA should begin by exploring above how the network can help you recruit, enroll, connect and engage with international students. Visit regional educational advising coordinator (REAC) pages to understand issues in various world regions that impact student mobility. Login access is required for most of the higher education section of this site.
Benefits of a Login
Logins are available free to faculty and staff of accredited U.S. colleges and universities, and to staff of higher education membership associations (such as NACAC, AACRAO, NAFSA). With a login, you are automatically subscribed to EducationUSA's monthly Higher Education Institution eNews unless you opt out. A login also allows you to:
- Request the EducationUSA logo for use on your website.
- Submit announcements to the EducationUSA Weekly Update for advisers and students.
- Download, print, and save Center and Country Fact Sheets, the EducationUSA Global Guide, and more.
- Download spreadsheets that lists types of materials each advising center can receive with mailing addresses, and adviser email addresses.
- Sign up to serve as a guest webinar speaker on topics related to "Your 5 Steps to U.S. Study."
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