» Travel Health
UMass Dartmouth Health Services: Zika Advisory (20 April 2016)
» Study Abroad Application Cutoff
IPO is accepting applications now!
Summer and Fall semester: March 15
Winter and Spring Session: October 15
Start now! Many programs have earlier due dates.
» Study Abroad Fair
Wednesday, September 14, 2016, 11:00 am - 2:30 pm
Library Grand Reading Room
Each semester the IPO welcomes representatives from study abroad organizations to share their program offerings and answer questions. Faculty members will talk with students about their upcoming classes abroad. A Financial Aid staff member will be there as well as study abroad advisors from the IPO. Freshmen and sophomores are especially encouraged to attend and get preliminary information.
» Study Abroad Information Sessions
Mondays, 2:00 & 3:00
Blue & Gold Welcome Center (next to UMass Pass)
Discover what study abroad is all about and learn about the next steps to get you started on your journey! Back-to-back sessions will be held each Monday while classes are in session.
» Study Abroad Drop-In and Advising Appointment Hours
Have a quick question for a study abroad advisor? Drop by the IPO (LARTS 016) Monday through Friday Noon-2:00. Students will be seen on a first come first, served basis.
If you have more than a few quick questions, please contact the IPO to set up an advising appointment. Advising appointments are available Monday through Friday by appointment only.
» Pre-Departure Orientation
Tuesday, December 13, 2016 (tentative)
All students planning on studying abroad are required to attend an orientation prior to departure. Two orientation sessions are tentatively scheduled for Tuesday, December 13, 2016 (session 1: 10:00-1:00, session 2: 2:00-5:00).
» New England Study Abroad Returnee Conference
February/March 2017, specific date and location to be announced
Join other students from the region at the annual New England Study Abroad Returnee Conference. The conference aims at educating study abroad alumni on the best ways to utilize the skills gained from their experience abroad. It is a great way to learn about international opportunities throughout New England, share stories with others that have similar interests & experiences, internationalize your resume and interviewing skills, and discover how to study, teach, live, or work abroad!