Zika Virus Precautions
In light of the ongoing Zika virus transmission in various countries throughout the Americas, we urge all study abroad participants to follow the guidance issued by the Center for Disease Control and Prevention and practice enhanced precautions to prevent mosquito bites.

While there is no immediate threat to the health and safety of our students, the Study Abroad Office is closely monitoring the situation and will post any relevant updates. Please visit the CDC's website for more information.

Programs


progStudy abroad can provide you with the opportunity to add an international dimension to your education, by diversifying and broadening your education in ways not possible through traditional academic study alone.

Not only can major, minor, or general elective credit be earned while abroad, but you can also study a subject or language not offered on campus. You can study in English, or take advantage of the opportunity to develop or perfect foreign language skills.
 
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For more information on the benefits associated with studying overseas, please see our Why Study Abroad handout.
The Financial Worksheet and Academic Worksheet are tools to help you consider your academic and financial requirements when planning your study abroad experience. They do not need to submitted to our office but we do encourage you to complete these worksheets for your own planning purposes.

In addition, please refer to our study abroad FAQ and important Steps to Study Abroad.