Shorelight helps international students attend top universities in the U.S.
Shorelight helps international students attend top universities in the U.S.

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The Latest COVID-19 Updates from Shorelight

If you are an international student hoping to study in the USA, it is likely the coronavirus has disrupted your plans. Discover how American Collegiate Live and other Shorelight initiatives can help you stay on track with your US degree program.

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Shorelight’s focus, today and always, is student success—and we are committed to our students’ health and safety during the coronavirus pandemic. Read on for a closer look at how we are supporting our current international students studying in the USA, and working with prospective international students hoping to start their US university degree programs soon.


Shorelight resources

Check out our distance-learning solutions, on-campus advising and support services, and updates from Shorelight HQ. 

  • American Collegiate Live is opening new paths to earning a degree in the US. With our Live technology, you can start your degree on time and stay on track with your program, without leaving home. Study with faculty at top-ranked universities, get recognized credits, and take part in a digital classroom experience that rivals being on campus.

  • Read the latest letter to students and parents from Shorelight CEO Tom Dretler.


Campus stories

Online classes, virtual town halls, videoconference tutoring, and more—read first-hand stories from international students and Global campus staff adjusting to campus changes during COVID-19. 

Coming soon:

  • Auburn University Updates its Dining Services During COVID-19

  • A Report from India: How One International Student at UIC is Continuing Degree Studies from Home

Learn more about how Shorelight helps international students work toward a US university degree