April 21, 2022

Harrisburg University of Science and Technology will offer the following Master of Science programs in person to Direct Students (meaning students not currently in the country who will require an initial I-20) for the Late Summer 2022 Semester:  Project Management, Computer Information Sciences, Analytics, and Information Systems Engineering and Management.   Late Summer Semester runs July 9th to October 14th.

This will allow students overseas to obtain an initial I-20 from Harrisburg University (HU) to begin the VISA process.  These students will take classes in a hybrid format with weekly online classes and appear on-campus one Saturday per month for the duration of their studies. For students travelling to the United States, please make sure to view the Requirements for Air Travelers to the U.S. and International Travel Requirements and Recommendations.

The University has not decided as of April 19th regarding the delivery of graduate and doctoral programs for current F-1 students at the University for the Late Summer semester.  Updates to delivery methods will appear at https://covid.harrisburgu.edu/ .

Should you have any questions regarding your visa status, please review the information available at https://isohelp.harrisburgu.edu/support/home and generate a new support request if you have specific questions.

Any HU student who is experiencing concerns such as anxiety, depression, or academic stress as a result of this issue should contact the BHS Student Assistance Program. You can login via the app/web at MyBHS Portal or call 800-327-2251. The username is HarrisburgU. Outreach to BHS is confidential, and each student is assigned a master’s level clinician as a care coordinator.

HU has contracted with BHS to provide quality, in-the-moment support. HU’s Counseling Center will also update their SharePoint site with information and resources on a wide array of mental health topics at the Counseling Center.