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Travel Study

Frequently Asked Questions

Undergraduate students in good academic standing (not on probation) may participate in travel study. Some programs may have minimum academic requirements. Students are encouraged to speak with their academic advisor and the faculty member teaching the specific travel study course prior to registering for the course.

While all undergraduate majors are encouraged to participate in travel study, students should speak with their academic advisor to ensure that it will support their academic programs or target graduation date.

The application process depends on the specific program. Students interested in a particular travel-study program should contact the appropriate faculty member and review the application and other forms provided on the specific travel study course's webpage.

Students are required to pay all standard tuition costs and student fees for travel study courses, in addition to other course-specific fees and travel expenses (food, lodging, flights, etc.). The costs for each course are detailed on the travel study course webpages.

While there is a broad and diverse selection of travel-study courses available, knowledge of a foreign language is not necessarily required to participate. Some travel-study programs are specifically designed to teach foreign languages to beginners.

The minimum basic requirement to travel outside of the United States is a valid U.S. passport. Other requirements depend on the host country's entrance regulations, as well as the duration of the travel-study experience. Many countries issue an entrance visa upon arrival. Some countries require travelers to apply for an entrance visa before they arrive in the country. Some may also require special student visas.

Students participating in the Travel Study Program may qualify for many different funding and scholarship opportunities. Interested students should discuss available options with the college's administration.

Speak with your academic advisor and the faculty member teaching the specific travel study course.

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