Study Abroad Events
Application Deadlines for Affiliate Programs (Fall 2017 & Spring 2018)
Students interested in attending any of Hollins' affiliate programs abroad must submit their applications by February 15th.
If you're considering a semester abroad through any of our affiliate partners, please be aware that your application and any related materials must be returned or submitted to International Programs by February 15th, 2017. This deadline applies to any students hoping to study abroad in either Fall 2017 or Spring 2018, so make sure you read the application instructions carefully!
Advising is required for all students applying to our affiliate programs, so make sure you stop by our office or make an appointment. Feel free to send an email to Abroad@Hollins.edu to set up a time to come and talk with us.
We're looking forward to helping you make your study abroad plans possible!
*London Spring: October 28th, 1:00 p.m. The Roanoke Times Room.
Upcoming Orientations for Spring 2017 & J-term 2017: (Orientations are Mandatory)
*Paris Spring: November 4th, 1:00 p.m. The Roanoke Times Room.
*J-term in Tours, France, October 21st, 1:00. Dr. Barbieri's office, Turner Hall.
Study Abroad Forum:
Thinking you may want to study abroad? Have questions about classes, the application, or financial aid? Want to pick the brains of returned abroad students or the International Programs Director or Coordinator? Then please join us for the Study Abroad Forum! Students at any phase of their planning process should feel free to join, even if you aren’t sure if you want to study abroad. Come explore the options and opportunities!
Next Study Abroad Forum: September 3rd, 5-7p.m., Green Drawing Room, Main
Study Abroad Fair:
Date: To be decided
Representatives from Hollins Abroad, Arcadia, Spanish Studies Abroad, and the School for Field Studies will be available to meet with you and answer questions. Please stop by on your way to lunch!
Program Orientation (London, Paris, Affiliates):
Program orientations are more specific and are tailored to your study abroad site. They will support you as you deal with more site specific issues, for example: applying for a visa, and offer you a smaller venue in which to ask questions. The program orientations also cover general issues, such as:
- cultural adjustment
- health and safety
- travel while abroad
- money and expenses
- course approvals
- housing for when you return to the Roanoke campus
Students attending affiliate programs will also need to keep in touch with their study abroad provider to keep up with additional details.
Additionally, please be sure to read the pre-departure guide for your program. They will be available to you in StudioAbroad and also under the After Acceptance tab.
Hollins Abroad's two programs in London and Paris both conduct on-site orientations after students arrive at their program sites. Details are provided during the individual program sessions on the Roanoke campus and in the pre-departure guides.
Most affiliated programs conduct on-site orientations. Information will be provided by the specific provider.
Please contact us in the Office of International Programs at email@example.com if you have any questions.
[Dates for these events will continute to be posted here, on my.hollins, and on the International Programs Facebook page, as soon as they are available]