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Study Abroad Advising

Virtual Drop-in Peer Advising & 101 Workshops

Drop-in peer advising and our Study Abroad 101 workshops are on break over summer and will resume Fall Quarter! More information on how to access drop-in advising/workshops this fall will be shared on this page in late summer. In the meantime, please feel free to email with any questions!

Meet Our Returning Advisors for Fall 2021!

Want to join this wonderful team and become a peer advisor yourself? We are hiring for the 21-22 Academic Year! Learn more about the position and how to apply on our Study Abroad Peer Advisor Position webpage

Kayla Davis

Major: Computer Science
Study Abroad Program: Education Abroad Network: Korea University - Fall 2019

Hello! My name is Kayla Davis, my pronouns are she/her/hers, and I am a fourth-year Computer Science major. Studying abroad has always been a goal of mine, and last fall I was able to achieve this by studying abroad in Seoul, South Korea. While abroad I was able to make so many new friends and memories, as well as learn more about myself. As a STEM major and low-income student I can understand how studying abroad could be daunting to those worried about finishing their degree on time or personal finances. I am excited to be able to quell your worries and help you find a program that fits your needs and goals.

John Schroebel

Major: Aerospace Engineering
Minor: French
Study Abroad Program: CEA Paris, France: Engineering – Fall 2019

Hi! My name is John Schroebel, and I’m a 3rd year Honors student majoring in Aerospace Engineering. During fall of my sophomore year, I studied in Paris, France through the CEA Engineering program. During my time abroad, I was able to immerse myself in the local culture, travel to really cool places, and make some amazing new friends, all while staying on track with my major. It was an incredible, life-changing experience, and I now want to help you make the most of your international experience!