Application Deadline: February 13, 2020 by 4:30 pm
Payment Deadline: March 12, 2020 by 4:30 pm
Summary of Important Student Information
This checklist outlines the steps required to apply to a Study Abroad program.
This document lists important information about your Study Abroad program.
This form asks information about the applicant and explains any requirements, deadlines, and procedures for participating in a program.
NOTE: Be sure to change the printer settings to "landscape" when printing the application.
This form establishes expectations for behavior and conduct while on a study abroad trip.
An applicant must be interviewed by the faculty coordinator of the program in which he/she is interested prior to submitting the Study Abroad Application. During this interview, the coordinator will complete a Course Approval Form, which contains the program course(s) that the student wishes to take.
This confidential reference form should be completed by two current or former instructors, mentors, employers, etc.
The International Initiatives Office strongly recommends that you get a physical before going abroad, check with your medical provider about required/suggested immunizations, and have a dental check-up before departure.
Three Hundred Dollar Deposit
This non-refundable deposit secures a place in a particular study abroad program. In order for us to accept the Study Abroad Application, the deposit must be submitted with it. The deposit must be paid at the Controller's Office on North Campus and the receipt brought to our office.
Additional Materials Required
Once you have been accepted into a Study Abroad Program, you will also need to provide the International Initiatives Office with the following:
Two copies must be in color and can be made at the International Initiatives Office for free.
Depending upon the requirements of individual programs, participants may need to submit 1 or 2 passport-sized photos.
NOTE: The picture should be a frontal view of the applicant's face.
A participant should submit his/her itinerary as soon as it has been booked. This allows International Initiatives and the faculty coordinator to track a student in case there are any air travel difficulties.
NOTE: Participants should not book airfare until notified by the International Initiatives Office.