Monday - Friday from 8:30 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.
SCIS Advisors will be available daily for brief walk-in questions from 11:00a.m. to 3:00p.m. only. Students and scholars are welcome to come in during these hours should they wish to see an advisor without an appointment.
Scholars and students, who cannot come in during student advising hours, please call 315-443-2457 to request an appointment.If you have a general inquiry, please e-mail us at email@example.com.
All seminars held at the Slutzker Center.
Please arrive 15 minutes before the indicated time.
- First and third Wednesday of each month at 1:30pm
- Every Friday at 12pm
(Please bring your I-20, passport, I-94, and proof of health insurance. Your health insurance MUST BE valid for at least six months in the future.)
Practical Training seminars:
- First and third Wednesday of each month
- Second Friday of each month
All seminars held at 3pm for CPT and 3:45pm for OPT
On-Campus Employment seminars:
- Every Tuesday at 2pm
- Every Friday at 9:30am
Practical Training services:
walk-in services for CPT/OPT - Step 2
-Every Monday from 3pm to 5pm
-Every Thursday from 10am to 12pm
Life after Practical Training Seminars:
- First Monday & Thursday of each month at 2pm (by appointment)
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March 06, 2014 at 11:00 AM
202 Physics Building
March 06, 2014 at 12:00 AM
Shaffer Art Building
March 06, 2014 at 2:00 PM
Katzer Room, Hinds Hall
March 06, 2014 at 4:00 PM
111 Bowne Hall
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Yes, We're Open!
The Slutzker Center will be open during next week’s Spring Break. We will continue to hold our regular office hours of Monday through Friday from 8:30am to 5pm.
If you are in town over the break, feel free to stop in to attend a seminar, request CPT/OPT, or for any of your other international student advising needs. Or just stop by to say “hi” and relax by the fireplace or sit and watch tv.You are always welcome at the Slutzker Center!
Important Tax Information
The Tax Relief Act of 1997 states that if you are filing a United States Income Tax Return for 2013 you may be eligible for an educational income tax credit. The necessary forms to include with your tax return are available upon request from the Bursar’s Office located in 101 Archbold.
We suggest you first visit this website http://comptroller.syr.edu/html/SU1098T.htm for further details regarding eligibility. If you are filing a US Income tax return, please remember to include your Social Security number. If you have additional questions you may call the Bursar’s Office at 315-443-2444.
Avoid Immigration Scams
The Slutzker Center has been made aware of several incidences across the country in which international students and scholars have become the target of immigration-related scams. These scams often involve a phone call from an individual claiming to be from the state police, the IRS, USCIS, ICE, or some other government agency. The individual may know specific information about you, such as your Social Security Number, Alien Registration Number, or the schools you have attended and degrees earned. Most often, the scammer will threaten you or your dependents with deportation unless you pay a certain amount of money.
Please be aware that no one from a US governement agency would ever threaten deportation and demand money over the phone. If you receive a similar phone call, you should not give out any of your personal information. Ask the person for their name, who they are working for, and their phone number. Tell them you will call them back or simply just hang up. Then visit the USCIS Report Scams website for information on how to properly report the scam. Remember reporting scams will not affect your immigration status, applications, or petitions. Also, many states allow you to report scams anonymously.
For more information on how to avoid becoming a scam victim, please visit the USCIS Avoid Scams website.
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