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Financing Your Experience

Picking an Affordable Program

In the advising period, all students will meet with the Study Abroad Advisor to discuss program options, taking finances into consideration. There are a wide range of prices, which means that you could be spending far LESS than a semester on campus, or far MORE, depending on the program. The Study Abroad Office will work with the student to create a budget sheet, taking into consideration, the cost of:
  • Tuition
  • Housing
  • Meals
  • Airfare
  • Local Transportation
  • Student visa costs (if applicable)

Financial Aid

Most students who use financial aid or receive scholarships may apply their aid toward a Fall or Spring semester abroad. Summer programs must be at least 6 credits in order to be eligible to apply for financial aid. 

After meeting with the Study Abroad Office and creating a budget sheet, all applicants who receive financial aid and/or scholarships must meet with a financial aid advisor. Not all scholarships may be used abroad, so please be sure to discuss your specifics with an advisor.

Faculty-led programs are not eligible to apply for additional aid to cover the cost of travel.