Registering for Your Trip
Due to challenges associated with COVID-19, the D.C. Semester study opportunity has, unfortunately, been canceled for fall 2020. We will share 2021 information as soon as plans are confirmed.
- Meet with the CU Study Abroad office to discuss academic goals and potential programs.
- Complete the CU Study Abroad online application after you have chosen a program.
- Set up a meeting with the CU Study Abroad office to go over Packet 2 paperwork and pay the non-refundable $200 application fee.
Packet 2 paperwork includes:
- Estimated costs
- Agreement forms
- Refund policies
- HIPPAA authorization
- Immunization consultation
- Check (made out to Cedarville University)
- Meet with your advisor to plan courses
- Apply to your specific program. Follow the instructions on your program's website to apply. Pay close attention to deadlines and due dates as they likely will differ from the deadlines and due dates set by the CU Study Abroad office.
- Apply for a passport and/or visa.
- It may take 8 weeks to receive your passport. Plan to apply for yours no later than the beginning of the semester before you study abroad.
- Some countries require a visa. If your country requires one, plan to apply for yours no later than the beginning of the semester before you study abroad.
- Check to see if your country requires a visa here. You'll find your country's policy under "Entry, Exit, and Visa Requirements."
- Attend any required pre-departure meetings.