This message is for students and family members of students participating in a Study Abroad or Study USA short-term program in the fall of 2018, Winter Term 2019, and/or spring 2019. In this first newsletter you’ll find general information pertaining to timelines and processes.
GEC Short-Term Program Managers
Every program has a program manager within the GEC. The program manager will work with you and your faculty Leaders to make sure that the program is successful. Contact your program manager with any questions.
Personal Information Form (PIF)
Learning Content Videos
Confirm Passport Validity
Your passport must be valid through July 2019.
You are required to upload a scanned copy and enter details of your passport to your MyElonGlobal application as requested in a questionnaire. (Airline tickets cannot be issued without each student’s passport information.)
Please complete a Personal Information Form, available as a questionnaire in your MyElonGlobal application. This form allows you to address any health concerns – physical, psychological, or emotional – prior to going on your program.
For international travelers: Certain over-the-counter and prescription medications readily available in the US are restricted or illegal in some countries. Check with the above sites, the website of your host country's embassy, and the Overseas Security Advisory Council guidance to learn more about any potential restrictions on medications.
You should contact your home physician or visit a local travel clinic to obtain any vaccinations your program may require.
It is in your best interest both financially and otherwise to obtain vaccinations over the summer in consultation with your primary care physician and family.
Group flights have been reserved with Aladdin Travel, our partner travel agency. Official flight itineraries will be sent late September/early October!
Aladdin Travel will be on campus late September to assist with domestic flight connections to the group hub city.
If you are…
Planning a family vacation that is either before or after the program in the location of your study abroad program.
An international student and will be abroad already.
Spending the spring semester on a global engagement program, so your international flight truly needs to be different from the group.
Winter Term and Iceland Travel-Embedded: Program costs will appear on your E-bill after the application deadline and are due Sept. 28. Last date to cancel and obtain a deposit refund is Sept. 3 for most programs.
Peru Wilderness & Adventure Therapy Travel-Embedded:Program costs will appear on your E-bill along with your fall tuition and fees.
Each program has a unique cost which is located on the program budget sheet online. Traditional methods of payment are accepted.
If you have any questions regarding the program costs please contact Amanda Zamzes in the Global Education Center. If you have any questions regarding how to pay for the program please contact Jay Harper in the Bursar’s office.