Are you going to be traveling and need an I-20 or DS-2019 document sent to you while you are away from Corvallis? Or are you on F-1 OPT, CPT, or J-1 Academic Training outside of Corvallis? If so, there are two methods for shipping your documents:
Regular Mail through United States Postal Service (USPS)
Express Mail (FedEx, UPS, DHL) through eShipGlobal
If neither of these shipping methods works for you, you may authorize a friend to pick up your document by sending an email to firstname.lastname@example.org. Please include your name, OSU ID number, and the name of your friend.
If you are not in a rush, you may request that we send your documents via regular mail. It can take up to 2-6 weeks for your documents to reach you, depending on your location and whether you are inside or outside of the US. There is no additional cost for this service, however this option does not include tracking of your package.
eShipGlobal is an online service that allows you to easily pay for FedEx, UPS, or DHL with your credit card. Using this service allows you to get a good rate on your shipment, pay for the package in a secure way, and track your package once we ship it. Do not request delivery through the FedEx, UPS, or DHL websites directly. All carrier-related communication will be handled by the eShipGlobal service.
To pay for express shipping delivery through eShipGlobal, follow these instructions:
Go to: https://study.eshipglobal.com (works best with Internet Explorer & Mozilla Firefox browsers).
Click on "Sign up" under the Students section.
Register for an account by completing the online form. You will need your OSU Student or Faculty ID number, mailing address, email address, phone number and credit card information.
Select "Oregon State University" and "Office of International Services".
Request a shipment. Once your documents are ready to send, OSU can print off the shipping label and send your documents to you.
Please note: If you experience difficulty, use the “FAQ” link in the eshipGlobal site for step-by-step instructions. Oregon State University is unable to resolve technical problems associated with the eShipGlobal service.