Most F-1 and J-1 students are considered a non-resident for tax purposes and must pay the same taxes as a U.S. citizen or permanent resident.
The International Students and Scholars Center is excited that you have chosen to study at ASU. There may be some cultural differences concerning academic integrity , so it’s important that you understand ASU’s Academic Integrity Policy.
There are more than 1000 different student clubs and organizations throughout ASU.
Student organizations list
ASU offers many academic support resources to help all students succeed both inside and outside of the classroom.
Academic support services
Learn about local resources near ASU, including transportation, shopping, financial services and culture.
ASU local resources
As a student at ASU, there are many resources at your disposal, including advising, housing and more.
Student services at ASU
Get tips on orientation resources, including immigration regulations, employment, health services and more.
Orientation resources at ASU
ASU’s career services offers both in-person and virtual services. No matter what stage you are at in your education journey — a student just starting to chart a career path, a new professional looking to nail down career goals or a seasoned professional planning to take the next step — you will find the unique support and resources to succeed.
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