Note: Appointments are scheduled as virtual meetings over Microsoft Teams by default; you may reach out to the advisor to request an in-person appointment instead.
Study abroad advisor appointments are intended for the following purposes:
- Application follow-up: after a student submits a UCEAP application, they should schedule an appointment with an advisor
- Confidential issues: these vary but may include:
- GPA, academic qualifications
- Health issues
- Disability accommodations
- Complex issues: if the front desk of the International Office is unable to answer student question because of their complexity they may recommend an appointment
- When the study abroad advisor recommends an appointment
If a student cannot attend an appointment for any reason, a courtesy notice of one (1) business day via email or phone is recommended. Failure to show up to an appointment may risk a student's ability or nomination to participate in a program.
Not sure who your study abroad advisor is? We advise based on country. Check out the listing.
If you have determined the advisor with whom you wish to meet you can follow these simple steps:
- Visit our scheduling page
- Select the most appropriate service (e.g. Program Info)
- Select time and staff (please note that staff do not have the same hours of availability)
- Add your name and contact info
- Provide any additional info to help us better advise you
- Determine whether you want text reminders and book
The main issue students encounter when students add appointments to their calendar is that they appear with the wrong time. This is usually a timezone issue in the student calendar. Here are instructions on how to fix this issue.