Each Northwood University campus has an International Student Advisor (ISA) who provides support and assistance to international students. The ISA is also a DSO (Designated School Official) and typically the university's official link with the U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS). The ISA advises students, faculty, staff and administrators on regulations pertaining to international students and typically completes and files forms and reports with the USCIS or USICE as required by law.
Students who have questions about SEVIS or immigration/cultural matters or who wish to file applications for benefits such as OPT or CPT should make an appointment to see the ISA on their campus in the U.S.
Ms. Mamiko Reeves,
Dean of International Programs
Ms. Linda Dick
Coordinator of Study Abroad / International Programs Advisor
Church Family Administration Building
Asia/Africa Office Contact
Northwood University has an office in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, staffed by individuals who work directly with overseas international institutions of higher education to provide information to prospective students in Southeast Asia, Africa, and the Middle East and who help facilitate articulation of degree programs between Northwood University and other institutions.
Student applicants from Southeast Asia, Africa, or the Middle East may wish to contact Northwood's Asia/Africa representative directly:
Northwood University Regional Office
Daniel R. Kelch, Director of Admissions (Asia/Africa)
Level 36, Menara Citibank
165 Jalan Ampang
50450 Kuala Lumpur
Note: The (+) sign on the above numbers refers to the international access code required in your country
|Mun Kuan Kok
International Student Advisor
Christopher Giles - International Student Advisor
Ms. Gail Maday - International Student Advisor/Academic Advisor