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Choosing a study abroad, field school or internship program does not have to be an overwhelming process. We provide experienced staff members and open information sessions to guide you through the process and to support decisions that will advance your specific academic goals.
While the Study Abroad program coordinator can provide information on what classes are offered, we also recommended that you speak with an academic advisor from your school or college to figure out which courses will best fulfill your academic needs. Any student can make an appointment to see an advisor regarding study abroad here.
If you need help getting equivalencies for your unit or university, contact our undergraduate advisors so we can assist you with course descriptions and syllabi.
During the fall and spring semesters we offer in-person information sessions about our programs. Please keep checking here and our calendar for the dates, locations and times.
Please note that all students are required to attend a Study Abroad 101 session before traveling abroad.