school has probably sent you some printed information. Be
sure to read that information carefully. If you have questions,
direct them to the office that sent you the information, unless
that information itself tells you to send your questions somewhere
else. It is most efficient to e-mail your questions.
Use your school’s World Wide Web site
to learn to learn more about the institution. (Some schools’ web
sites are comprehensive, up-to-date, and easy to navigate.
Others are less so. Whatever the quality of your school’s
site, you ought to review it.)
Probably you have already reviewed the
parts of the site concerning admissions and your own field
of study. You should also look at the site for the International
Student Office or ISO.