Undergraduate Students from almost 50 countries call Saint Leo University home.
Visit campus and see what we mean. Join a class discussion about
contemporary Caribbean history, French language, and the link
between politics and economics in international affairs. Enjoy the
cafeteria's authentic tostones and yucca con mojo
for Latino Heritage Week. Celebrate the Chinese New Year with
ribbon dancing and sweet oranges. Play salsa, bhangra and J-pop in
your residence hall room. Play a pick-up fútbol game by campus'
peaceful Lake Jovita.
Saint Leo truly is a university of international consequence.
Located in the lush, rolling hills of Central Florida, we welcome
about 200 students each year from around the world-that's more than
14% of our undergraduate campus community.
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Even if you have lived and travelled abroad before, you may find
Saint Leo and the United States higher education system a bit
different from your home country. To help you adjust and achieve
success in all aspects of your new life, Saint Leo offers a variety
of programs, clubs and events specially tailored to the needs of
our international students.
The International Services Office is
dedicated to helping international students throughout your entire
time at Saint Leo. We start with pre-arrival advising, and continue
to offer guidance on everything from academic support and
immigration to American slang and holiday customs.
A primary role of the Office of International Services is to
serve as an intermediary between international students and the
Got questions? Were are here to assist, nurture and support:
Contact the Multicultural and International Services
Office at (352) 588-8489.
Generally, international students must show evidence of ability
to pay all direct and indirect costs of attendance. U.S.
Immigration law requires non-U.S. citizens who are not permanent
residents to submit a Declaration and Certification of Finances
form as proof that assets are available to cover all costs of
Academic scholarships are available to international students on
the basis of academic qualifications, and will be determined at the
time your application for admission is reviewed. Educational loans
are available to international students through a variety of
lending institutions. Virtually all require the signature of a U.S.
International students are encouraged to contact the Office of Financial
Aid for information on affording your Saint Leo education.