So you want to set up an appointment?
We love having students come into our office (135 BB Comer) to talk about your study abroad plans. You are ready for an appointment if you’ve been to Study Abroad 101 and have done some research. Now it is time to meet with an advisor. Advisors see students based on colleges, so make sure to set up an appointment with your correct advisor.
- Lacy Sellars – College of Arts and Sciences
- Raven McKenzie – Culverhouse College of Business
- Sarah Kidwell – Colleges of Communications and Information Sciences, Education, Human Environmental Sciences, Nursing, Social Work, and Engineering
Coming into the 30 minute advising session with an idea of your future study abroad experience will help make these planning sessions with an advisor the most productive. They are not mandatory, but we are here to help!
Fill out this form after scheduling an appointment.
Maybe you don’t need to setup an appointment, just walk-in!
If you fall into any one of these categories, click on the boxes below to see how to best get your questions answered!
Attend a daily Study Abroad 101 session to learn the basics or watch it now!
RESEARCH! The best way to have a productive advising session with one of our Education Abroad advisors is to look at different options on our website and come with a plan for the advisor to help you fine tune.
We have walk-in speed advising every Friday from 9:00-11:00 a.m.
No need for an appointment. Just drop it off in our office and pick it up 24 hours later!
We hold sessions on Fridays to learn about the Gilman Scholarship. Check our calendar to see the dates for this semester.
We have a workshop every Wednesday at 3:00 in our office to talk about the course equivalency process.
A workshop for visa information is given every Wednesday at 2:30pm in our office check our calendar to see the dates for this semester!
Contact Megan Wagner to learn more about a Fulbright, Boren, or the minor in Global and Cultural Perspectives. She is located in our office too!