Use our Explore Study Abroad Checklist as you determine the best fit program for you.
Information sessions are the best option when you’re just starting out and need to know what your first steps are. We’ll go over how to use the Study Abroad Portal, the different types of programs, and answer basic questions as you explore. Check the University Calendar for more information or the Study Abroad Portal for a list of sessions.
Peer advising helps you learn more about studying abroad from a student who has gone through the process, and can answer questions from how to apply to what to pack when you’re ready to go. Peer advising takes place on a walk-in basis during the semester in Moody Hall, room 102, Monday-Friday, 11 am - 2 pm.
Meeting with a Study Abroad Advisor
Advisors are able to guide you through the study abroad process and will be your main point of contact. Find your advisor and available appointments on the Study Abroad Portal.