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Information on Executive Order

Information on Executive Order

This page was last updated on January 21, 2021.

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Update: President Biden Revoked Travel Bans 4.0 and 3.0 on January 20, 2021. 

Read: Presidential Proclamation of January 20, 2021, Proclamation on Ending Discriminatory Bans on Entry to The United States, which provides: "Executive Order 13780, and Proclamations 9645, 9723, and 9983 are hereby revoked."


Maintaining Your Status, Knowing Your Rights

F-1 and J-1 students, remember to (click the links to learn more about each requirement):

Also, know your rights when interacting with US federal and local law enforcement. Visit the links below for more information:


Details on the Most Recent Executive Action

Support on Campus

We urge anyone experiencing distress or needing support to consider the following offices and individuals as resources.

Office Contact Information
Center for International Programs Tim Kao, Director of International Student and Scholar Services: or 937.229.2770
Multi-Ethnic Education and Engagement Center Dr. Daria Graham, Associate Dean of Students and Executive Director of Multicultural Affairs: or 937.229.3634
Campus Ministry Crystal Sullivan, Executive Director of Campus Ministry: or 937.229.3369
Office of Diversity and Inclusion Dr. Larry Burnley, Vice President for Diversity and Inclusion: or 937.229.4073
Human Rights Center Shelley Ingles, Executive Director of Human Rights Center: or 937.229.3294
Counseling Center (students) 937.229.3141
Employee Assistance Program (staff and faculty) LifeWorks Employee Assistance Program

University Response to Executive Order

University statement on executive order President Spina’s blog
University announcement
Jan 2017
International Student & Scholar Services statements on executive order

Message to all students
Message to students from affected countries

Jan 2017
You Are Welcome Here Video You Are Welcome Here

Feb 2017

Student Government Association Resolution 1617-09 Expressing Support for those Affected by President Trump's Immigration EO

Feb 2017

Center for International Programs message to Faculty and Staff

Message to Faculty and Staff

Jan 2019

Immigration Working Group Update

Protocol for Immigration Agent Request for Information

Jan 2019

ISSS Staff Travels to Washington, D.C.

NAFSA Advocacy Day

Mar 2017,
Mar 2019

Suggestions to Support Students

If you are a faculty or staff member seeking ways to support students, please review these suggestions.

Protocol for Immigration Agent Request for Information

The University of Dayton has protocols in place for responding to government authorities, particularly as such officials engage in immigration enforcement activities. It is important that all offices be aware of these protocols. Please share this information with your colleagues and especially with students who work in your office. Information about the protocol can be found here.

Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) Information

The University of Dayton has created a website intended to serve as an information hub for students and other members of the UD community who have DACA status or who are undocumented.  To learn more about support on campus, DACA latest developments, university communications, and other useful resources please visit website Information about DACA.


International Student and Scholar Services

Rike Center
300 College Park
Dayton, Ohio 45469