"Missouri State University (MSU), a long-established university of mid-west US, announces that the university values the presence of all Indian students. MSU wants Indian students to be in the university, to be engaged in university activities, and to be successful," said a statement from the varsity.
It said that since the decision on travel ban in January, the university has been engaged in one-on-one interactions with the international students and has been guiding and supporting them.
"At Missouri State University, there are 2,500 international students, all of whom have been given thorough support in every aspect," the statement said.
Crackdown on illegal immigration was one of the prominent promises of Mr Trump during his election campaign. He had also proposed more than once to ban Muslim immigrants into the US.
In January this year, Mr Trump signed an executive order clamping a travel ban on nationals of seven countries which comprised Iraq, Iran, Syria, Yemen, Libya, Somalia and Sudan for 90 days.
Several states in the US sued the administration against the ban, resulting in a court order which temporarily restrained the imposition of the ban. The matter is still under judicial consideration.