Most students study abroad or away their junior year, although it’s possible as early as second semester in your sophomore year or as late as your senior year. You could also choose a semester, year-long or summer program. Whatever you choose, it takes careful planning and it’s never too early to start.
After you’ve considered those key questions, it’s time to do some research at a Study Abroad 101 Information Session and the fall Study Abroad Fair. In addition to these events, the Office of Study Abroad & Away provides holistic advising through all stages of the process, from application through returning home. We also encourage students to speak with parents, faculty LEEP Center advisor and program ambassadors throughout the process.
For summer, fall, and full-year programs
For spring international programs.
For spring domestic programs (Boston and Washington, D.C.)