Building: NU 6
P: 480-461-7870 | F: 480-461-7139
Fall & Spring Semesters:
Mon-Fri: 8 am - 5 pm
Closed Sat and Sun
Mon-Thu: 7 am - 6 pm
Closed Fri, Sat and Sun
Complete the Application - this pdf file can be completed on your computer and then saved and printed.
Submit directly to the Study Abroad Coordinator in the International Education Department in building NU6. Space is limited, so apply early to reserve your place! Late applications will be considered on a case-by-case basis. You should expect to hear back from your faculty Program Director within 2 weeks of submission.
Check each program for specific dates and mandatory meetings.
Program Application Deadline: Friday, March 1, 2013
Applications are reviewed on a rolling basis. Apply early to reserve your place! Late applications will be considered on a case-by-case basis. Complete the Application - this pdf file can be completed on your computer and then saved and printed.
Submit directly to the Program Director or to the Study Abroad Coordinator.
A $250 deposit (applied to the program fee) is required to secure your place in the program. Check with the specific Program Director for details.
Program Fee Due Date: Friday, March 22, 2013.
Download the helpful guide: How to Pay for Study Abroad.
A mandatory orientation session for all programs have been scheduled for April 13, 2013 from 9 am - 2 pm in LB145 in the Elsner Library. Some programs may require additional meetings. Any changes will be emailed to program participants as they become available. Be sure your contact information is current in my.maricopa.edu and with the International Education Office and your Program Director. Visit the Information & Orientation Sessions page.
Be sure to allow sufficient time for processing for new applicants and for renewal of an existing passport. This is your most important travel document. Check out the current processing times posted on the US Department of State passport information pages.
Remember it can take up to four weeks to make an appointment with a doctor or clinic, receive the immunization, and have time for optimal protection to take effect. The Center for Disease Control recommends adults stay current on vaccinations for routinely screened diseases, as well as receiving updated protection against new threats. Please consult the Adult Vaccine Preventable Diseases page to learn about each disease and whether or not you need the vaccine as an adult.