Education Abroad Advising
What we do
We can help you determine how Education Abroad will help you achieve your academic, personal, and professional goals. Come talk to us about narrowing down your program options, navigating the application process, and finding scholarships and funding for study abroad.
Before your appointment
Narrow your options
- Research available programs on the study abroad website. Your search should take location, time of year, and length of program into consideration, but your focus should remain on the academic fit for your study abroad with the major, minor, and university studies requirements you have remaining to fulfill for graduation.
- Limit your options to a few programs that interest you and appear to fit your academic and personal requirements. Think about your personal goals for study abroad, such as independence, language fluency, a specific course fulfillment, or heritage-seeking goal. These aspects should also guide your search and help narrow your options.
- Program questions: How do the programs you have chosen compare with each other academically, logistically, and financially? Are the programs you have chosen group programs or more independent programs and how do those compare? Can a friend participate in the same program?
- Academic questions: How will the program count toward academic requirements for graduation? What specific courses are appealing on one program more so than another program? Is there a specific Faculty member you would like to study abroad with?
- Financial questions: What is provided within the program fees for each program, such as
flight, visa expenses, meals, specific excursions, and local transport
passes? How will you pay for the program? When will payments be due? Are you eligible for Federal Financial Aid, i.e., Stafford Loans or Pell Grant? Do you have additional scholarship sources that will be able to contribute to the cost of the program? Have you saved from a local job or cut expenses elsewhere to save for the program expenses for your study abroad?
- Additional concerns of yours or of your parents. Bring a list so you don’t forget anything.
*Appointments typically last between 15 and 30 minutes
- Remember that we may not always have all the answers and that we may have to direct you to someone else on campus, such as the Financial Aid and Scholarships Office or your Academic Advisor.
- It is a good idea to set up appointments with Financial Aid/Scholarships and your Academic Advisor around the same time as your Study Abroad Office advising appointment in order to get all of the information you will need to make a wise selection.
To schedule an appointment
- Find your Education Abroad Advisor based on your major
- Select an available appointment slot on his or her calendar below
- Please choose an appointment slot at least 24 hours in advance
- In the "Description" section: fill in your name, year in school, major, and any study abroad programs you are interested in
- You will receive a confirmation email from the Education Abroad Advisor
Meet your Education Abroad Advisors
178 Woods Hall
Advisees: Undeclared majors and students with majors in the following areas
- College of Education
- College of Health Sciences and Human Services
- College of Humanities and Fine Arts
176 Woods Hall
Advisees: Students with majors in the following areas
- Bauernfeind College of Business
- College of Science, Engineering and Technology
- Hutson School of Agriculture
- School of Nursing
Schedule an appointment with Robyn:
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