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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)

Contact Cranwell International Center at international@vt.edu.

Contact Cranwell International Center at international@vt.edu.

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.