University of Wisconsin Oshkosh
Office of International Education (OIE) WEB GUIDE

Junior II Medical/Surgical Clinical in India

Location: Chennai, Delhi, and Agra - Taj Mahal
Dates: ~December 27, 2015 - January 22, 2016 (exact dates TBD)
Courses: Nursing 315 or Nursing 736 (3 cr)
Accommodation: hostels
Contact Directors: Shelly Lancaster, CON 325, 424-7222, Tammy Chapin, CON 321, 424-7216

Complete clinical rotations in Chennai India!

Complete your Medical/Surgical Clinical in India while on a journey with other UW Oshkosh students and faculty in Chennai, New Delhi, and Agra, where you will examine nursing, health and health care in a diverse culture! Visit medical facilities, Sri Ramachandra Medical College and Research Institute and Global Hospital India.

GAIN PERSPECTIVES on international nursing and discover
how it differs from national and regional activities;

DEVELOP AN UNDERSTANDING of international health care organizations
and agreements and compare to the United States;

UNDERSTAND THE NEED to analyze economic and non-economic factors
that may influence health and nursing in foreign countries;

GAIN KNOWLEDGE of alternative ways of structuring nursing organizations,
control procedures and performance evaluations;

ACHIEVE GREATER GLOBAL AWARENESS, especially in relation to
developing economic markets; and

GROW PERSONALLY from new awareness of the increasingly complex global environment and from meeting the challenges of living and traveling in other countries.

Academic Coursework

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Choose One

Nursing 315 - Junior II Medical/Surgical Clinical (3 credits)
Prerequisites: Successful completion of Nursing 312 and consent of the instructor.

Nursing 736 - The Education Process in Nursing (3 credits)
Prerequisites: Acceptance into the Graduate nursing Program Educator emphasis and consent of instructor.

Optional Course

International Studies 333    1 unit (cr.)
Study Tour
Prerequisites: none; syllabus

If you request enrollment in this course on the study abroad application, you will be automatically enrolled and will not be contacted about the coursework involved. Assignments for this course must be done independently. Contact the Office of International Education with questions.

Full Estimated Cost of Participation

The "Full Estimated Cost of Participation" includes your Program Fee (the amount due directly to UW Oshkosh), your airfare and other expenses related to your participation on this program.

Full Estimated Cost of Participation: $4,130.00 for January 2015, January 2016 costs TBD

As part of the application process for this program, you are required to review, sign and submit the "Full Estimated Cost of Participation" worksheet for your program. The worksheet includes all of the cost details for your program and is linked from STEP III of the "Apply" section of this guide.   

Accommodation & Meals


Check the link for your accommodation for amenities, room size and location. Rooms can be extremely small. It isn't unusual to have very little space around the bed, shorter beds, only a few inches for a closet pole, tight showers and/or buildings directly outside your window.

Global Hospital (Housing Chennai)
Dr. Prof. Jothi Clara J Micheal
Director of Nursing: Nursing Directorate
Address: 439Cheran Nagar, Off OMR Sholinganallur - Medavakkam Road, Perumbakkam, Chennai 600100, India
Phone: 011-91-422-777000 ex. 1183; Email:

Sri Ramachandra Medical College and Research Institute Housing (Chennai) January 8 - 15
Address: 1, Ramachandra Nagar, Porur, Chennai-600 116; Contact: College of Nursing; Tel: 011-91-2476-5528. UW Oshkosh students will stay in special, multi-bedded suites on campus with an attached bathroom, hot water and air conditioning. All rooms are provided with basic furniture like a desk, table and chair in addition to a cot.

Delhi- Hotel

Vivanta By Taj Ambassador (or similar)
Sujan Singh Park
Subramania Bharti Marg
New Delhi - 110 003
Tel: +91 11 6626 1000
Jan 15-17, 2014

Local Offices

Incentive Destinations Pvt. Ltd
Tel: + 91 124 454 0910
Contact Persons:
Mr. Arijit Ghosh
Contact Number: +919582144236



You and your friends may request each other as roommates by editing your on-line study abroad applications. The Office of International Education will not assign roommates unless students request EACH OTHER!

In some cases, participants may be able to elect a single room. There is always a significant fee; check with the Office of International Education for an estimate if you are interested.

Those who do not make a request will be assigned a roommate.


At Sri Ramachandra, the student mess serves both non vegetarian and vegetarian foods for breakfast, lunch and dinner. In addition, restaurants are available within the campus.

Review the estimate for the amount of money you should bring to cover meals in the Full Cost of Participation worksheet. It is not reasonable to think that you can save money by spending less than the food estimate provided by the OIE! This estimate is meant to be the BARE MINIMUM in relation to your particular destination!


Students must be in the College of Nursing, be in good standing, and meet course prerequisites. As part of the application process, your disciplinary file will be reviewed. If you have a campus disciplinary file, this will be taken into consideration when determining your eligibility.

Pre-/Post-travel Class Dates

Inability or failure to attend class prior to or following your program abroad may affect your ability to participate, course grades and/or ability to receive and use financial aid.

Application Process

airplanePointerBefore You Apply

  1. Write the deadline for completing the On-line Study Abroad Orientation in your calendar. Failure to complete orientation will affect your ability to participate.
  2. Write all payment deadlines in your calendar.
    If you aren't the person who will be making payments, share this information with the person who will be.
  3. Understand how seats are assigned on study abroad programs.
  1. Write all pre-/post-travel class dates in your calendar. Missing a session may make you ineligible for program participation.

airplanePointerSecuring Your Place on a Study Abroad Program

Seats are assigned based on eligibility criteria provided applicants meet the deadline for STEP II of the application process. On the application deadline date, applicants with completed applications will be put into a lottery; lottery winners will receive CONDITIONAL admission.

You may be conditionally admitted but NOT receive a seat if you then fail to complete STEP III by the STEP III application deadline.

If you are not selected in the lottery, you will be placed on the waiting list. If you are on the waiting list, you may receive a seat if applicants who have been conditionally admitted have not completed STEP III by the deadline.

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STEPS I & II: Friday April 10, 2015 by NOON

STEP III: within two weeks of receiving the "Full Cost of Participation Worksheet"

STEP IV (post-application deadline): October 23rd by 12:00 pm: for the passport, birth certificate & yellow fever immunization (if needed); October 23rd by 12:00 pm for the visa application and supporting documents.

airplanePointerApplication STEPs & Application Checklist

Complete the three steps below in order, or work on all three steps simultaneously. Check off items as you SUBMIT them to the Office of International Education.

Step I
Complete the on-line study abroad/away application.

**Be aware that the application will time out without warning! Save often, and if you answering the longer questions we recommend typing them into a Word document and pasting them in to the online application.
Step II
Print the application packet and sign where appropriate.
Pay the UW Oshkosh application fee
( $200 for in-state residents and $300 for out-of-state residents) per the instructions in the application packet and turn in your receipt to the OIE. If you have mailed the application fee to the Cashier's Office, notify the OIE so that OIE staff can contact the Cashier's Office for confirmation.
Print an unofficial copy of your university transcript

course prerequisites (if applicable) and final GPA.

To print your transcripts, EITHER copy and paste your transcript from TitanWeb into Word and print OR follow these instructions:

1) Open your transcript in TitanWeb using Internet Explorer.
2) Highlight all of the information in your transcript.
3) Go to "print preview"
4) Click on "as selected on screen"
5) Change the orientation to "landscape"
6) Print
Credit Overload Form
Complete and submit to the OIE ONLY IF you will exceed the maximum credit limit for the semester.
Special Student Form for Undergraduate Admissions
Complete and submit to the OIE ONLY IF you are not a student at UW Oshkosh OR if you are not a student at all.
Graduate Registration Form and Graduate Special/Non-Degree Information Form
Complete and submit to the OIE ONLY IF you are not in a Graduate program at UW Oshkosh and want to earn graduate level credit, or if you are in a Graduate program at UW Oshkosh and want to earn undergraduate level credit.
Submit the Disciplinary Clearance Form
Complete ONLY IF you are a student at a university or college OTHER THAN UW Oshkosh. Submit this form to the appropriate office on your HOME campus; request that the office on your HOME campus submit the form directly to the UW Oshkosh OIE by the deadline for this step of the application process.
Program-specific Application Materials/Requirements:
none for STEP II
Step III
Review, sign and submit the Full Cost of Participation worksheet.
Edit the "medical" and "medical III" sections of your on-line study abroad application to ensure that every question is complete. Each and every question must be answered, even if the answer is obviously "none" or "n/a"!
Provide proof of passport
Complete only if you will travel outside the U.S.

If you already have a passport
, edit the "passport" section of your on-line study abroad application to include all requested passport details.

If you do not already have a passport, apply for one and submit a copy of your receipt to the OIE showing that you have applied.

Click here for passport forms and instructions.
Edit the "passport" section of your on-line study abroad application to include your full name.

If you are traveling OUTSIDE the U.S., enter your full name EXACTLY as it appears on your passport or on your passport application.  DO NOT GUESS! 

If you are traveling WITHIN the U.S. (including Puerto Rico, Guam, American Samoa, and the U.S. Virgin Islands), enter your name EXACTLY as it appears on your driver’s license.  DO NOT GUESS! 

Your name will be printed on your airline ticket exactly as you enter it.  If the name on your airline ticket does not match the name on your identification, you will be charged a correction fee or may not be allowed through airport security.
Program-specific Application Materials/Requirements:

Official Passport Photo
Required regardless of whether or not you already have a passport. Submit 1 passport-size photo (2” x 2”) taken by a professional passport photographer. Write your name on the back of the photo prior to submitting.
No glasses, no white shirts, long hair must be behind the shoulders, and you must have a neutral expression (not smiling) in the photo.
Photocopy of Driver's License
Photocopy will be used for the Indian Visa application. The address on your driver's license must match the PRESENT address that you list on your visa application.
If your Driver's License or State Issued I.D. doesn't match the PRESENT address you'll list on your visa application, you must submit a major utility bill (Water, Gas, Electric, Sewage).

Step IV (post-application deadline)

You must turn in a signed passport valid for 6 months from the date of arrival in the foreign country. It must have at least TWO side-by-side blank pages (in addition to the notes pages). Your passport will be sent to the Consulate, along with your visa application, to apply for a visa.
Photocopy of your Birth Certificate (not required but strongly recommended)
If you will have traveled within 90 days of departure for India to any of the countries listed below, you will also need a yellow fever vaccination certificate in order to enter India. A copy of the certificate should be sent in with your visa application as a precaution against visa denial. (Angola, Bolivia, Benin, Burkina Faso, Cameroon, Colombia, Democratic Republic of Congo, Ecuador, French Guiana, Gabon, Ghana, Gambia, Republic of Guinea, Liberia, Nigeria, Peru, Sierra Leone, Sudan, or Venezuela)
8 Pages of Visa Application Documents for India


The Indian government can (and does!) change the visa application requirements frequently and without notice. All visa applicants must apply within a two week period to minimize the chance for changes mid-process. BLS is processing visa applications by arrival date in India (and not by submission date), which means that your applications will likely not be acted on soon. However, earlier submission is a better practice than late submission!

This application cannot be completed until you have your passport.

A visa is an endorsement or stamp placed by officials of a foreign country into a passport that makes it possible for the bearer to visit that foreign country. U.S. Citizens require a visa to travel to India.

The Indian Government requires quite a number of documents to be completed when applying for a visa. Read through the following information and follow all instructions step-by-step. You must view and use answers from example documents linked below in order to complete your application.

Mistakes cannot be corrected! Once you have submitted your application, the only way to correct a mistake is to start all over again!!

Complete the following:
On-line VISA application form

This example has the answers to many of the on-line questions plus advice on completing other questions. When you open the "on-line visa application" link above, click on "on-line application link" on the BLS page.

    1. This second example shows the on-line visa application in printable format (you'll have access to this after you submit the on-line application linked above).
    2. Just after submitting your on-line application, you will be asked if you want an appointment – select “NO”
    3. You MUST print your application. You may NOT print back-to-back; you MUST print single-sided.
    4. After printing, check the top, bottom and both sides of the printed application to ensure that no information that should be on the form falls outside the printable margins. The bottom of the FIRST page MUST show a bar code with your name in teeny tiny print just below!
    5. Check your address. This MUST match the address on the proof of address (probably a driver’s license) that you submitted to OIE earlier.
    6. You must SIGN your application in TWO places: under the photograph on the first page and again on the second page.
    7. Save (print or write down) the FILE NUMBER (automatically generated upon submission of the application).

Visa Order Form
This example includes important information that you need to complete the Order Form.

Once you have completed your Order Form, you will be taken to a page that looks like this:

Your order form has been successfuly submitted. Please
check your email to take a print of your shipping label & the
order form.
1) Print Order Form
2) Print Shipping Label
3) Go Back to Website
4) Fill another order form

From this page, you must click on 1) and 2) to:

1) PRINT the Order Form
2) PRINT the Shipping Label
Employee Details Form
This example includes advice on completing the questions.
Requisite Documents for Employment Visa Form
Print this form, write your full name (FIRST MIDDLE LAST), add your passport number, and write in the date. SIGN the form on page two. DO NOT write anything into the blank that says "submission officer". An example form has been completed for your information.
Postal Application Form
Print this form, write your full name (FIRST MIDDLE LAST), write the date, include your cell phone number (including area code) and write in your UW Oshkosh email address. In BLOCK letters, write in the address to which you would like the Indian Consulate to mail your passport/visa (this should be an address at which you regularly collect mail). SIGN the form. DO NOT submit a money order or pre-paid envelope (the OIE will supply both). An example form has been completed for your information.


Paying Your Program Fee

airplaneBulletPointFinancial Aid

Using financial aid to cover some or all of your costs? See our detailed financial aid information.

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Fall Interim Programs

...more on payment deadlines

airplanePointerFirst Program Fee Payment

Your emailed study abroad acceptance letter (the one that says that you have been officially accepted to participate) includes a link to a statement for your first payment. This statement will not be sent to you in any other way. No one else will receive this statement or a copy of your bill; no further reminders will be sent. It is your responsibility to make payments according to the payment deadlines; you will need to forward your statement to the person who pays your bills if you are not that person!!!

The initial Program Fee Statement is also provided here. You can use this copy or the copy included in your acceptance letter (they are identical) when paying your fees.

airplanebulletpointSecond Program Fee Payment

You will receive a link to a statement for your second payment VIA EMAIL from the Office of International Education just prior to the second payment deadline. Some programs have been advertised using a range of fees; if this is the case, you must plan to cover fees at the top end of the range until you receive your second statement. This statement will indicate whether there have been cost savings due to increased participant numbers, exchange rates, etc. and, therefore, a reduced program fee.

airplanebulletpointTuition Payment

If your program includes a required tuition payment IN ADDITION TO YOUR PROGRAM FEE, this will be clearly indicated on the Full Cost of Participation Worksheet linked within the "Apply" section of this guide.

For interim programs, follow the program fee payment deadlines ($1,000 total due by the first deadline date, the remaining tuition and program fee due by the final deadline date).

For semester & summer programs, tuition will be billed by Student Accounts just before the term at UW Oshkosh begins, just as it normally is. It is your responsibility to make payments according to the normal university tuition payment deadlines.

airplanebulletpointPayment by Cash or Check

All payments by cash or check must be accompanied by a copy of your program fee statement. Make checks payable to “The University of Wisconsin Oshkosh” and write “Study Abroad” in the memo section. Pay fees at the Cashier's Office on the second floor of Dempsey Hall or mail your check to: Cashier's Office, UW Oshkosh, 800 Algoma Blvd, Oshkosh, WI 54901. Cashier office hours: Mon – Fri 8:30-4:00 (8:30-3:00 the day after Thanksgiving).

airplanebulletpointPayment by Credit Card or E-check

Payment by MasterCard or American Express carries a 2.5% convenience fee and can be made through TitanWeb E-checks carry a fee of $0.50 per transaction.

airplanebulletpointPayment by Financial Aid, Grant, Scholarship or External Loan

Submit the "Notice of Financial Aid Award for Study Abroad" form to Student Accounts by the first payment deadline. Students who plan to to cover some costs on their own and remaining costs using financial aid, grants or scholarships must pay costs not covered by aid/loans/scholarships, up to $1,000, by the first payment deadline.

For UW Oshkosh students, financial aid will automatically be applied toward study abroad-related fees on your student account. If you are a student elsewhere, you may need to pick up your change check from your home campus, cash the check, and send payment to UW Oshkosh.

Once your "Notice of Financial Aid Award for Study Abroad" form has been submitted, a "positive service indicator" will appear on your record indicating that financial aid will be paying your study abroad program fees.  This should not prevent you from doing anything except printing transcripts.


Scholarships offered through UW Oshkosh and outside organizations. 


Flight & Program Schedule

airplanePointerOshkosh - Departure

Mode of transportation: school bus

Meeting Date & Time: 27 December, 2014 at 1:00 PM

Departure Time: 1:15 PM

Departure Location: Parking Lot 30 (616 Pearl Ave, next to Gruenhagen)

airplanePointerFrom Oshkosh to the Airport

If the "mode of transportation" to the airport for your program is "bus", there is a bus scheduled to take participants from Oshkosh to the airport.

If there is a bus, and if you plan to ride the bus...
your on-line study abroad application must show "I will take the group bus from Oshkosh to the airport" on the transportation tab. You may request a pickup or end-of-program drop-off in Milwaukee by emailing If you don't make this request in advance, the bus will not stop in Milwaukee. Check your on-line application if you aren't sure what you indicated when you first applied; if the information is incorrect, edit your information AT LEAST two business days prior to your departure.

If there is a bus, and if you do not plan to ride the bus...
your on-line study abroad application must show "I will arrange for my own transportation from Oshkosh to the airport" on the transportation tab. It is then your responsibility to arrange for transportation between your residence and the airport and to arrange to meet the group at the airport. Check your on-line application if you aren't sure what you indicated when you first applied; if the information is incorrect, edit your information AT LEAST two business days prior to your departure.

Park in UW Oshkosh Lot 30 with a Valid UW Oshkosh Parking Permit

If you have a valid UW Oshkosh commuter parking permit (look for the “S” on your permit) AND will be away for one month or less over summer break or interim, you may park in university parking lot 30 (located next to Gruenhagen Conference Center), for the duration of your study abroad program.  You must use one of the stalls that is furthest from the parking lot entrance.  Check the expiration date on your parking permit to be sure that it is valid for the duration of your program. 

Students with “evening parking permits” (also called a night permit) may not leave cars parked in this lot for the duration of their program.

If you don't have a valid permit, you may purchase a temporary permit from Parking Services ((920) 424-4455) in the lower level of Blackhawk.

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airplanePointerProgram Schedule

Past program itinerary for reference only - future itineraries will vary!




School bus from UW Oshkosh Parking Lot 30 to Chicago O’Hare.

Flight departs at 7:50PM.  Connection in Dubai.




Flight arrives about 2:15 AM.  Transfer to Global Hospital.  Check-in.  Orientation.



Clinical Day (6-4)
Evening excursion to purchase Sari's & Tailor



Clinical Day (6-4)



Excursion; Mahabalipuram/Lunch at the Boat House/Stop at private beach across the street from Boat House



Clincial Day  (6-4)



Clinical Day  (6-4)



DakshinaChitra Cultural Park and St. Thome Cathederal/Kapalishvara Temple/Lunch on ride into city



Clinical Day (6-4)



Bus to Sri Ramachandar for Clinical Day. Leave Global at 6:30-4:00. Depart SRU at 4:00.




International Nursing Conference SRU. Leave Global at 0630. Conference in the morning. Tour campus in the afternoon.



Clinical Day  (6-4)



Clinical Day  (6-4)



Global Hospital International Research Confrence 9:00-4:00



Spencer's Mall 10:30-6:00



Clinical Day (6-4)



Clinical Day (6-4)



Depart for Delhi on midday flight.  Transfer to hotel.  Check-in. 



Full day escorted tour to the Taj Mahal and Mother Theresa’s Charity.  Early train out, late train back.  Lunch at Pizza Hut included in program.



10A to 2P escorted shopping activity.  The rest of the day at leisure. 

Very late transfer to airport for flight to U.S.



Flight departs about 4:10 AM.  Connection in Dubai.  Arrive Chicago about 2:40 PM.  Bus to Oshkosh.


The University of Wisconsin Oshkosh reserves the right to make changes to itineraries, travel arrangements, hotels, excursions, activities or other arrangements made necessary by factors beyond its control. On certain dates when some attractions or activities may not be available, UW Oshkosh reserves the right to substitute alternate attractions or activities.

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airplanePointerOshkosh - Return

Mode of transportation: school bus

Estimated date & time: TBD

Return Location: Parking Lot 30 (616 Pearl Ave, next to Gruenhagen)

Visas & Residence Permits


Health Insurance

See our new "Insurance" page for details.

Emergency Contacts

airplanePointerProof of Legal Entry & Stay

Foreigners are required to provide proof of legal entry and stay to authorities upon request. This means that as a foreigner, you will be required to carry the document/s listed below at all times. Check the Entry/Exit Requirements section of theU.S. State Department's Country-specific Informationfor your destination for details.

In a life and death emergency ABROAD

U.S. Department of State Citizen Emergency Center (1-202-647-5225) will relay messages to the foreign Embassy. Embassy personnel may try to locate your student, pass on urgent messages and, consistent with the Privacy Act, report back.

To reach your student directly

If your student is staying in a hotel, use the hotel contact information listed on the web page for your student's program. The Office of International Education cannot give out private residence or homestay phone numbers unless authorized in advance by the student, but we will contact your student for you in an emergency.

To reach someone at UW Oshkosh during office hours (7:45 a.m. - 4:30 p.m. M-F)

Office of International Education Phone: 1 (920) 424-0775
Jenna Graff: Director, Office of International Education -
Kelsey McDaniels, Study Abroad Advisor -
Emily Hoffmann: Hessen & NSE Advisor -
Mary Reinke: Program Manager -
Sarah Christensen : International Student Advisor -
Office of International Education Fax: 1 (920) 424-0185
Office of the Associate Vice Chancellor Phone: 1 (920) 424-1410
Office of the Provost & Vice Chancellor Phone: 1 (920) 424-0300

To reach someone at UW Oshkosh outside of normal office hours

University Police: 1 (920) 424-1216

To reach an on-site local contact, IN AN EMERGENCY ONLY.

The UW Oshkosh program leader can be reached using the contact information listed under Accommodation in this guide.

Travel Company Emergency Contact - Incentive Destinations
Address: 12 First Floor, MGF Mega City Mall, M.G. Road, Gurgaon – 122002 (India)
Phone: 011-91-124-454-0910; Fax: 011-91-112-921-3222; E-mail:; Tour Company File Reference: Junior II Medical/ Surgical Clinical in India; Tour ID: DIR/G/NK/12/0095; Emergency Contact - 24 hours: Arijit Ghosh - (Tour Manager): 011-91-958-214-4236; Monika Sarkhel - (Head of Department): 011-91-981-126-8295; Anup Nair - (Managing Director): 011-91-981-114-156

SriRamachandra Medical College and Rearch Institute
Prof. Ramachandran, SriRamachandra Medical College & Research Institute; Address: 1, Ramachandra Nagar, Porur, Chennai-600 116; Tel: 011-91-44-2476-6403 ext 8408; 011-91-44-482-8027-29, 31-33; Fax : 011-91-44-482-7008, 482-9039; Telex : 41-25050 PCO IN;


To help you prepare for your travel experience away, we'll begin with an orientation through which we'll share information on topics such as course registration & enrollment, flights, itineraries, housing, meals, emergency contacts, financial planning, program withdrawal, health & personal security, and travel.

Your orientation consists of:

  • required reading materials
  • required on-line presentation
  • orientation quiz submitted to the OIE
  • optional in-person Q&A
  • in-person orientation with program leaders or department advcoates (These may be required or optional, or may not be offered for your particular program; check your program web guide and/or with your program leader for more information.)

The orientation deadline for fall interim & spring semester programs is the 1st Friday in November.

  • Participants who do not complete the orientation requirements prior to the orientation deadline will be removed from their programs. The withdrawal & refund policy will apply.
  • Share the this orientation with parents, spouses, and/or other family members who may also want to review the orientation. The orientation is open to anyone who would like to participate.


airplanebulletpointReading Materials - REQUIRED

Before beginning your on-line orientation, review the materials listed below; you will refer to these materials during the on-line orientation. Share these materials with interested family members.

airplanebulletpointOn-line Orientation - REQUIRED

Schedule approximately 90 minutes to focus on your on-line orientation.

To access the on-line orientation

  • Open the study away orientation in PowerPoint.
  • Click on the "Slide Show" tab along the top menu.
  • Click on the "Custom Slide Show" menu item.
  • Choose your program.

airplanebulletOrientation Quiz - REQUIRED

Complete your orientation requirement by submitting this orientation quiz to the Office of International Education by the orientation deadline.

airplanebulletpointIn Person Q & A - OPTIONAL (Formerly called "Family Orientation")

Following completion of the on-line orientation, participants are invited to attend an OPTIONAL, in-personQ & A session on:

  • Fall Interim & Spring Semester programs: Sat, 11/7/15, 9:00am-1:00pm, Location TBA

Family member attendance at the Q & A session is invited and encouraged. Family members who plan to attend the Q & A session should understand that this will not replace the orientation outlined above. Family members should review the full orientation prior to attending in person.

This page was last updated on: March 26, 2015