Getting Started > Info Sessions
All info sessions are held at the International House (unless otherwise indicated below) - just check in at the front desk to let us know you're here!
Spring Quarter Schedule
- Budget & Scholarship Session: Fridays from 11 am-12 pm and 3-4 pm
Study Abroad 101, Foundational & Regional Advising Sessions
The first step in beginning your study abroad application process is to attend Study Abroad 101 with a Study Abroad Peer Advisor. During the 45-minute session, you will become familiar with all of your options, including programs, locations, language requirements, and more. After the SA101 Session, you can begin researching programs and meet with an international education advisor.
Note: Study Abroad 101 attendance is required for all undergraduates before meeting with an OIE advisor.
The number of options available for Foundational programs and Spanish-speaking countries can be overwhelming. These 45-minute advising sessions are designed to give a brief overview of DU programs in the region to help you find the best fit. If there is a Regional Advising Session offered for the country that you're interested in, you are required to attend the session prior to meeting individually with an OIE advisor.
Spring Quarter 2013
- STUDY ABROAD 101: TBA
Walk-in Advising with Peer Advisors
- Spring 2013: TBA
Classroom and Dorm Visits
Study abroad peer advisors are available for classroom visits on-campus to give a 5-minute synopsis of the study abroad program at DU and give students information on how to get started. If you are a DU faculty member and would like to request a classroom visit, send an email to email@example.com with your request.
If you would like a Peer Advisor to visit your dorm hall meeting or your student group meeting and give a Study Abroad 101 session, send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org.