The Alderson Broaddus Office Of International Admission requires students living outside of the United States to use a secure express mail service called eShipGlobal to receive your I-20 and other admissions documents. EShipGlobal allows you to pay and receive your documents through DHL or FedEx mail services within 3-5 days. Your I-20 will be shipped to you at your expense and your credit card (Visa, Mastercard or Discover card only) will be charged upon requesting this service.

https://study.eshipglobal.com

You must use the website provided above. EShipGlobal will notify the Office of International Admission that you have created an account and have requested your documents be sent by express mail. To use EShipGlobal, you will be required to create an account with a username and password. Please make sure that your name is properly spelled and that you indicate Find Alderson Broaddus University in the pull down menu. In the student ID field, you should enter your AB student number.

If you experience any difficulty in registering and processing the shipment, please use the “Help” link on the eShipGlobal website for step by step instructions. If you have additional questions on how to use this service, please email support@eshipglobal.com.


Meet your International Student Coorinator

Jill Nussel

International Admissions Coordinator
Jill Nussel

International Admissions Coordinator

(304) 457-6296
304-457-6239

College/University Attended and year graduated:
University of Toledo: BA 1992; MA 2001; Ph.D. 2006

Degree:
BA in Journalism
MA and Ph.D. in History

My favorite thing about ABU is:
Everybody here is so friendly and ready to help.

My favorite spot on campus is:
The Quad between Burbick Hall and the Hamer Student Center. It’s always full of students either rushing on their way or having fun with all sorts of activities.

My best piece of advice to a student in the college search process is:
My job is to help International Students get through the maze of regulations and feel comfortable at a school sometimes half way around the world. My advice is for International Students to decide early and get documents completed several months before your embassy appointment.

My favorite meal in the dining hall is:
The salad bar is always fresh and nutritious…but I like the pizza, too.

Dr. Jill Nussel is the Alderson Broaddus International Student Coordinator. She has over 15 years of experience teaching and working with international students at the college level. Dr. Nussel is the SEVIS Designated School Official (DSO) you will see most often. Contact Dr. Nussel any time you have a question about your immigration status, if you plan a trip outside the United States, apply for internships, or if you plan to look for work.

Dr. Nussel’s office is in Burbick Hall #129 in the Admissions Office on the first floor.