Include a study abroad experience in your academic program! Students from WSU have studied in Latin America, Europe and many other places through the WSU Study Abroad Program.
The SRC works closely with Pullman-based Global Learning advisors to assist you with this enriching educational experience.
Global Cougs 101
Attend a mandatory Global Cougs 101: Study Abroad information session to get started. Check the registration form or events calendar for upcoming sessions.
Study Abroad checklist
- Learn about Study Abroad, and explore all of the places you can study abroad through WSU.
- Attend a Global Cougs 101: Study Abroad information session. Register online.
- Following Global Cougs 101, connect and work directly with your Pullman Global Learning advisor regarding program details, application processes, financial aid and course approval information.
- Discuss your plans with your academic advisor, including what courses you wish to take and what WSU graduation requirements they will satisfy.
- Apply to the program you have selected: request an application from the program sponsor or complete the application online.
- Apply to Study Abroad.
- To use financial aid, submit your FAFSA form to Student Financial Services (just like you always do, with WSU as your school of record) and fill out the student portion of the Program Expense Form in the WSU Application packet. The Global Learning Department will complete the remainder of the Program Expense Form and submit it to Student Financial Services for review.
- All students will receive credit for their study abroad experience. You will need to have your courses pre-approved in order for them to satisfy WSU graduation requirements.
- Don't forget your passport, visa and inoculations.
- Attend Pre-Departure Orientation!