One for All & All for Abroad Panel
Are you interested in studying abroad, but you are not sure how an identity that you hold will be perceived outside of the country? Students who hold marginalized identities often ask questions like:
- “Is my LGBTQIA identity legal there and am I safe to be out while studying abroad?”
- “As a person of color, will I stand out and how do I interact in a country where no one looks like me?”
- “What types of accommodations will be made available for me that I currently receive at home?”
- “Will my religious identity be respected or is my faith choice considered dangerous?”
Please join the Office of International Programs (OIP) Study Abroad and the Office of Multicultural Programs (OMP) for an inclusive and informative event where you can ask questions and learn from the experiences of those who share your identity/identities!
Wednesday, September 12 at 5 pm
Harre Union Ballrooms A&B
Hosted by Stacey Miller, Assistant Provost for Inclusion and Student Success Services
Study Abroad Fair
The Study Abroad Fair is a great place to learn about everything Study Abroad. This includes available programs, the Study Abroad and application process, cost and funding, and more. There are two fairs at the beginning of each semester at Valpo. The fall fair features spring and spring break programs, and the spring fair features fall, academic year, and summer programs.
Upcoming Study Abroad Fairs will be:
Friday, February 1, 2019
10:30 a.m. – 3 p.m.
Christopher Center Community Room
Application Deadlines for Study Abroad Programs
Spring Semester Programs: Oct. 1
Spring Break Programs: Oct. 15
Fall Semester, Academic Year, and Summer Programs: March 1
**Some applications do have earlier deadlines, so refer to the individual program pages.
All applications are reviewed after the application deadline; applicants are notified of the decision via their Valpo email.