Susquehanna University lies in the small town of Selinsgrove, Pennsylvania, in the United States of America.
The international population is on the rise, with more than 31 countries represented by the campus population overall. We’re grateful that you and your child are bringing valuable cultural diversity to our internationalized campus.
All of our students study away from SU, contributing to the overall internationalization of Susquehanna’s campus as well as the surrounding town.
If you’re interested in visiting, you will probably need a B-2 tourist visa. The Department of State offers a plethora of information and instructions.
Documentation depends on the home country you’re applying through so please get in contact with the U.S. Embassy/Consulate that you’ll be going to beforehand.
The International Student Services coordinator and others within the Global Programs Office will keep in contact with students very frequently.
If for some reason, you are worried about your student or cannot get ahold of them, please feel free to contact the International Student Services coordinator or Public Safety.
We welcome any questions, comments and concerns. Please reach out to the International Student Services coordinator via email or phone at (570)-372-4590!