Study Abroad Behavior Expectations
These programs are by nature experiential, but they are also designed to be a full academic experiences. Expect the joys of experiencing new things paired with a solid academic base.
By accepting a place in one of these programs, you agree to support the policies and procedures put into place to ensure the success of the program. This will make the program the best possible personal and academic experience. Remember there are both freedoms and limitations involved in off-campus study.
All participating students are required to be in and remain in good standing after they are accepted by a program. This means you must also maintain good academic standing. Students who violate the University’s Student Code of Conduct after they are accepted will be dismissed from the program.
Students are expected to conduct themselves in a responsible and mature manner at all times. The program director or a faculty member has full authority to act on behalf of the University in any matter concerning the academic program, travel procedures, or students. Any decision to separate a student from the program because of rule violation, disruptive behavior, or conduct that discredits the program is final. Separation from the program will also result in the student not receiving academic credit for the study abroad program.