Admitted students

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 Keeping up with the many rules and regulations regarding immigration can be confusing. Our International Programs Office is here to help.  (Detailed immigration information can also be found in the International Student Handbook.)



 Student orientation day held outdoorOrientation

 Starting a new school is very exciting, but it can also be a bit scary. Our orientation events and activities are designed to welcome you to life at Cascadia and help you find the answers to your questions about being a student here. 



 Two female students interactingRegistration and Cost

 Cascadia’s International Programs staff and academic advisors will help you get registered for the classes that are right for you. Click here for Tuition and Fees.




  Student with host family infront of the house.Housing

 Washington is a great place to live! There are a variety of housing options you can explore near our campus. Our International Programs Office can provide you with resources to help you find your perfect home away from home while you attend Cascadia.



 picture cascadia campusGetting to Cascadia

 Interested in visiting Cascadia? We have some information to help you get to our campus as well as find your way around once you’re here.




Deferral Process

If you are no longer able to come to Cascadia for the upcoming quarter, you can defer your acceptance two times. In order to defer your acceptance, we will need the following:

  1. A bank statement that is less than 90 days old that shows a balance of $20,532 USD
    (or equivalent in  foreign currency)
  2. Proof of payment of the $350 I-901 SEVIS fee, which can be paid at 
  3. If second deferral, payment of $50 to Cascadia

Contact us as soon as you know you will defer and we can make your new acceptance letter and I-20 as soon as possible.