New Student Orientation

What Is New Student Orientation?

At New Student Orientation you will interact with the IHOPU faculty and staff, and get to know your classmates through group activities organized by the Student Government Association. Orientation also includes an evening worship service focused on personal consecration to the Lord and the pursuit of holiness.

Info sessions will provide an overview of semester requirements, class schedules, and policies to help you transition into your life as an IHOPU student.

Your family and friends are welcome to attend orientation. Parents and guardians will be able to hear from IHOPU leadership and ask questions at a Question & Answer session.

IHOPU will provide some lunch for new students during orientation. A vegetarian option is available upon request. Guests of students can purchase food at the Nations Blend Café (inside IHOPU) or local restaurants.

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International Students

New Student Orientation includes an International Student Meeting to cover important information concerning your M-1 visa.

Please bring the following documents to New Student Orientation:

  • Proof of health insurance (unless you plan to purchase health insurance at New Student Orientation)
  • Passport
  • Form I-20 (document issued by IHOPU)
  • I-94 arrival card or stamp (you receive this upon arrival in the United States)
  • Completed International Student Info Form (sent to you by International Admissions)

Location

Most New Student Orientation sessions are located at our IHOPU campus; some are located at Forerunner Christian Fellowship. Transportation is provided via shuttles from the International House of Prayer’s Red Bridge Center to the IHOPU campus, and from the IHOPU campus to Forerunner Christian Fellowship.

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