For Academic Advisors
Updates to help you advise students about study abroad/away
If you are in a position to advise students – either formally or informally – you're bound to get asked questions about study abroad or study away. If you're interested in learning the basics of how study away works, these articles will give you a good foundation. Keep in mind you can always refer students to a GEO advisor if you aren't sure about something.
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We publish an email newsletter for academic advisors, faculty mentors, and a variety of other roles in a position to communicate information and advice about study abroad/away to students. We aim to share knowledge, tips, and stories about GEO to help you field and/or redirect students' questions with ease and confidence.
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Looking for the GEO advisors?
The Global Education Office has three study away advisors on staff. GEO advisors can provide personalized advice on finding a program, choosing courses and credits, and covering the costs of study abroad/away.