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Process

Participating in a study abroad or off-campus program is an easy and straightforward process. Follow the steps below to start planning your #SNCadventures.

Step One

Let's Meet
Contact Alaina Morales, Advisor for Study Abroad & Off-Campus Programs, if you're looking for general information or more details about Global Seminars. You may also contact Alaina if you would like to learn more about our programs in Australia, Ireland, New Zealand, the United Kingdom (England, Scotland, Wales), and Washington, D.C. 

Contact Dr. Jeremy Doughty, Interim Senior Director of the Center for Global Engagement, if you would like to learn more about our programs in Africa, Asia, the Middle East, Latin America, and parts of Europe (Czech Republic, Germany, France, Italy, Netherlands, Spain).

More Options
Consider one of the following options: 

  • Swing by for open advising on Thursdays from 2-3 p.m. and Fridays from 3-4 p.m. (no appointment necessary)
  • Stop by to schedule an appointment (Bemis International Center, third floor)
  • Email studyabroad@snc.edu
  • Enjoy tea in our lounge and resource center (Bemis International Center, 322)
  • Attend one of our events

Step Two

Research and Reflect 
As you continue to explore our programs, ask yourself the following questions:

  • What are my goals for my study abroad or off-campus experience? 
  • What requirements do I want to fulfill for my major, minor, and the core curriculum?
  • Am I looking for a program abroad or in the United States?
  • Do I want to take courses in English or in a foreign language? 
  • Do I want to study at a small, medium, or large institution? 
  • Do I prefer a traditional or an experiential study abroad program?
  • What am I looking for in my destination?
  • Do I want an internship?
  • Am I interested in conducting research?
  • Do service-learning courses and volunteer opportunities interest me?
  • Do I want to live in an apartment, in a residence hall, or with a host family?
  • Do I want to study off campus for two or three weeks, a semester, or a year? 

Review
Additionally, take a moment to review our Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs), financial information, health and safety information, and resources.  

Passport
Ensure that your passport is valid for at least six months after your program end date. Apply for a passport if you don't have one yet.

Step Three

Advising
After you have identified one or more programs, meet with:

  • Alaina Morales, Advisor for Study Abroad & Off-Campus Programs, if you plan to study abroad in Australia, Ireland, New Zealand, the United Kingdom (England, Scotland, Wales), or Washington, D.C. 
  • Dr. Jeremy Doughty, Interim Senior Director of the Center for Global Engagement, if you plan to study abroad in Africa, Asia, the Middle East, Latin America, or parts of Europe (Czech Republic, Germany, France, Italy, Netherlands, Spain).

Application
Become familiar with our application deadlines. Begin your online application by visiting the appropriate program page and clicking "Apply Now."

Pack+Prep
Our pre-departure programming consists of four optional workshops and one required orientation. View our calendar for more details. 

  • Workshop #1: Next steps and travel tips
  • Workshop #2: Finances and budgeting; health, safety, security, and well-being 
  • Workshop #3: Technology tips; information literacy
  • Workshop #4: #SNCmisadventures 
  • Orientation: Academics, code of conduct, identity development, intercultural competence  

Step Four

Unpacking
Following your #SNCadventures, we celebrate your accomplishments and help you process your experiences with four optional workshops. View our calendar for more details. 

  • Workshop #1: Celebration dinner 
  • Workshop #2: Professional connections (with Career & Professional Development)
  • Workshop #3: Identity development 
  • Workshop #4: Post-grad international opportunities

Study Abroad Leadership Team (SALT)
SALT is a new program for students following their #SNCadventures. SALT provides you with opportunities to reflect on your #SNCadventures and promote international education. You will also grow as a person, student, leader, and professional. Learn more about this dynamic semester-long opportunity. If you're interested, take the next step by submitting our interest form.     

Step One

Let's Meet
Contact Alaina Morales, Advisor for Study Abroad & Off-Campus Programs, if you're looking for general information or more details about Global Seminars. You may also contact Alaina if you would like to learn more about our programs in Australia, Ireland, New Zealand, the United Kingdom (England, Scotland, Wales), and Washington, D.C. 

Contact Dr. Jeremy Doughty, Interim Senior Director of the Center for Global Engagement, if you would like to learn more about our programs in Africa, Asia, the Middle East, Latin America, and parts of Europe (Czech Republic, Germany, France, Italy, Netherlands, Spain).

More Options
Consider one of the following options: 

  • Swing by for open advising on Thursdays from 2-3 p.m. and Fridays from 3-4 p.m. (no appointment necessary)
  • Stop by to schedule an appointment (Bemis International Center, third floor)
  • Email studyabroad@snc.edu
  • Enjoy tea in our lounge and resource center (Bemis International Center, 322)
  • Attend one of our events

Step Two

Research and Reflect 
As you continue to explore our programs, ask yourself the following questions:

  • What are my goals for my study abroad or off-campus experience? 
  • What requirements do I want to fulfill for my major, minor, and the core curriculum?
  • Am I looking for a program abroad or in the United States?
  • Do I want to take courses in English or in a foreign language? 
  • Do I want to study at a small, medium, or large institution? 
  • Do I prefer a traditional or an experiential study abroad program?
  • What am I looking for in my destination?
  • Do I want an internship?
  • Am I interested in conducting research?
  • Do service-learning courses and volunteer opportunities interest me?
  • Do I want to live in an apartment, in a residence hall, or with a host family?
  • Do I want to study off campus for two or three weeks, a semester, or a year? 

Review
Additionally, take a moment to review our Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs), financial information, health and safety information, and resources.  

Passport
Ensure that your passport is valid for at least six months after your program end date. Apply for a passport if you don't have one yet.

Step Three

Advising
After you have identified one or more programs, meet with:

  • Alaina Morales, Advisor for Study Abroad & Off-Campus Programs, if you plan to study abroad in Australia, Ireland, New Zealand, the United Kingdom (England, Scotland, Wales), or Washington, D.C. 
  • Dr. Jeremy Doughty, Interim Senior Director of the Center for Global Engagement, if you plan to study abroad in Africa, Asia, the Middle East, Latin America, or parts of Europe (Czech Republic, Germany, France, Italy, Netherlands, Spain).

Application
Become familiar with our application deadlines. Begin your online application by visiting the appropriate program page and clicking "Apply Now."

Pack+Prep
Our pre-departure programming consists of four optional workshops and one required orientation. View our calendar for more details. 

  • Workshop #1: Next steps and travel tips
  • Workshop #2: Finances and budgeting; health, safety, security, and well-being 
  • Workshop #3: Technology tips; information literacy
  • Workshop #4: #SNCmisadventures 
  • Orientation: Academics, code of conduct, identity development, intercultural competence  

Step Four

Unpacking
Following your #SNCadventures, we celebrate your accomplishments and help you process your experiences with four optional workshops. View our calendar for more details. 

  • Workshop #1: Celebration dinner 
  • Workshop #2: Professional connections (with Career & Professional Development)
  • Workshop #3: Identity development 
  • Workshop #4: Post-grad international opportunities

Study Abroad Leadership Team (SALT)
SALT is a new program for students following their #SNCadventures. SALT provides you with opportunities to reflect on your #SNCadventures and promote international education. You will also grow as a person, student, leader, and professional. Learn more about this dynamic semester-long opportunity. If you're interested, take the next step by submitting our interest form.     

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