These online resources are a great place to get started with your planning, but be sure to visit the study abroad coordinator as well!
• IIE Passport website - An online searchable database featuring more than 9,500 study abroad programs offered by U.S. and foreign universities and providers.
• Mobility International USA/National Clearinghouse on Disability and Exchange (MIUSA) - The National Clearinghouse on Disability and Exchange is a comprehensive, one-stop resource dedicated to increasing disability inclusion in international study, volunteer teaching, and other exchange programs.
• Study Abroad Funding Website - This online directory features detailed descriptions of hundreds of study abroad scholarships, fellowships, grants, and paid internships.
• Diversity Abroad - Diversity Abroad was founded on simple concept; connect a fast growing and diverse population of students and young professionals with meaningful international opportunities that will prepare them for future education and career opportunities.
• Transitions Abroad - A comprehensive resource for meaningful experiential work abroad, study abroad, cultural travel overseas, and international living.
• U.S. Department of State: Traveling Abroad - The U. S. State Department’s website offers myriad travel information, including travel warnings, tips for traveling and living abroad, and what to do in case of emergency.
• Seattle Community Colleges Study Abroad