Getting Started with Study Abroad Group Advising Sessions
Your first step to studying abroad starts now! Attend a required group advising session, APSC 301 (Writing Center Classroom), 4:00pm Wednesdays.
If you are a study abroad or international internship student and have an emergency during the time that you are out of the country, the in-country site director will assist you, will contact the program provider, and will contact WOU's Office of Study Abroad and International Exchanges.
Office of Study Abroad and International Exchanges
Monday-Friday, 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Tel. 503 838-8905, FAX 503 838-8089, firstname.lastname@example.org.
If no one in the Office of Study Abroad and International Exchanges answers during business hours, call:
Western Oregon University Public Safety Office:
503-838-8481.......24 hours a day, 7 days a week, holidays and weekends
Call 503 838-9000. Ask the name of the person to whom you are speaking, then give that person the following information, speaking slowly and clearly:
The Public Safety Office will contact the appropriate people for you who will be in contact with you and arrange help for you as soon as possible.
Western Oregon University works with a variety of partners and providers who offer study abroad programs, international internships, and service learning programs for WOU students:
These partners provide health and emergency insurance for students, an in-country infrastructure, and ongoing support for students while they are in the program. Each partner has a comprehensive emergency procedures plan in place, and each provides students with health, safety, and security information.
Rather than developing faculty led study abroad programs in-house as WOU once did, WOU's Office of Study Abroad and International Exchanges now works with several partners who have the ability to create customized programs for WOU faculty who have special expertise in a particular area of the world and who would like to develop and lead a study abroad program. This allows WOU to use existing infrastructures for risk management, to provide access to resources that faculty need while abroad, and to provide optimal health and safety provisions for students.return to top
The Office of Study Abroad and International Exchanges phone: 503-838-8905 fax: 503-838-8089 | or e-mail: email@example.com
Location: APSC 501
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