Study abroad and off-campus learning
You must be admitted to a degree-seeking program to receive financial aid for study abroad and other off-campus learning programs available at the University.
Most types of financial aid may be used for study abroad and NSE programs, including grants, scholarships, and student loans. However, National Scholarship and reciprocity waivers do not apply to study abroad programs.
You are urged to complete your financial aid requirements at least two months prior to your departure. The LAC Web site describes the wide variety of programs and financial resources available to you, along with the steps required to finance your study abroad experience. Go to the What's inside section on the upper left to get started.