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Immigration Advising

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Cranwell International Center provides a wide range of programs and services to all undergraduate and graduate international students at Virginia Tech.

International student advising and immigration services are provided by a team of International Student Advisors who are assigned a portfolio of academic college/school/department. To find your assigned International Student Advisor, go to your college/school/department in the chart below.

International Student Advisors by College (effective November 1, 2021)

Mark Dennis, Senior International Student Advisor

Mark Dennis, Senior International Student Advisor

Stephanie Montana, International Student Advisor

Jessica Littreal, Senior International Student Advisor and Communications Coordinator

Keyana Pugh, International Student Advisor

Jessica Littreal, Senior International Student Advisor and Communications Coordinator

Max Crumley-Effinger, International Student Advisor

Max Crumley-Effinger, International Student Advisor

  • Undergraduate (University Studies)

Vivian Yamoah, Associate Director

  • Graduate (TBMH, MACR, GBCG, etc.)

Max Crumley-Effinger, International Student Advisor

  • Graduate Programs

Jessica Mullins, Assistant Director and International Student Advisor |

Affiliated Faculty Member at Northern Virginia Center

Being assigned a portfolio does not mean the International Student Advisor will at all times only provide immigration and support services to international students in those colleges/schools/departments, nor does it mean they will at all times only work with faculty, staff, and other administrators in those colleges/schools/departments. There will certainly be times when an International Student Advisor will assist students, faculty, staff, and other administrators in the colleges/schools/departments within another advisor’s assigned portfolio (e.g., when the assigned advisor is unavailable and a student needs to see someone immediately, when the assigned advisor is on vacation, etc.). In addition, certain types of immigration casework that are more complex may require higher-level processing, review, and/or quality control from a senior team member outside of the assigned portfolio.