Contact Us

We’re by your side – even when you’re halfway around the world

Whether you're just starting your application or already abroad, the Study Abroad team is here to address any questions and concerns you might have. You can use the form below to ask us a quick question, and someone will get back to you as soon as possible.

Need some face time? Meet with a Study Abroad advisor

We know that there are a lot of moving parts when it comes to planning a trip abroad, and we want to help in any way we can, no matter where you might be in the process. If you want to meet with one of our advisors, just use the scheduling tool below to book a 30-minute, in-person appointment (all meetings will occur in UH-244).

 

Feeling spontaneous? Stop by for walk-in advising

If you're already in the neighborhood and need to talk with one of our advisors, walk-in advising is also available Tuesdays from 8:30 a.m. to 11:30 a.m. and Thursdays from 1:30 p.m. to 4:30 p.m. Walk-ins will be taken on a first-come, first-served basis.

General Questions: Youll find answers to a lot of your general questions on our FAQ page. For everything else, you can email us, and someone from the Study Abroad team will get back to you.
Advising Appointments: For most of our programs, you’ll need to meet with a Study Abroad advisor before you can start the application process. You can contact our office to get an appointment, and you'll be given priority based on how soon you plan to travel abroad.
Walk-in Appointments: Need to see a friendly face? Don’t hesitate to drop by the Study Abroad office during business hours with any questions you might have. If your question calls for one of our advisers, someone from the team will help you make an appointment.

Emergencies

For better or worse, living and studying in another country comes with its own unique set of potential circumstances that may be beyond your control. The Study Abroad team is here to help in the case of an emergency, whether it be personal, medical or anything in between, but you should also keep in close contact with your family members so they know what’s going on and how to find you if anything unexpected happens.