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Academic Tidbits - March 2011

Volume 3, Issue 8
by UNI Academic Advising on 3 May 2011

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Transcript of Academic Tidbits - March 2011

Study Abroad Have you thought about studying abroad during your college career? The Study Abroad Center (SAC) at UNI offers many academic opportunities for you to study in another country for anywhere from 2 weeks to a full year. The SAC offers four program types: Exchange Program UNI tuition-based programs based on agreements with unversities abroad. These are the lowest costing semester and academic year programs. Summer and short-term programs are often available at these universities. Summer and short term programs led by UNI faculty. Usually focus on a specific course offerings, and vary in length from 2 to 6 weeks. Programs are offered during academic breaks and (most) throughout the summer. Faculty-led Program Iowa Regents Program Semester, academic year, and short term programs are available to students from Iowa public universities. The cost of these programs is set and varies by program and term. Affiliate Program Semester, academic year, and short term programs in various destinations around the world organized by UNI partner and third party providers. Eligibility To be eligible for Study Abroad, you must be in good academic standing with a GPA of at least 2.50 at the time of application, and not be on academic probation. Application Process If you are hoping to study abroad during the 2011-2012 academic year, your research and application process should begin now. Preference for Study Abroad is given on a "first-come, first-served" basis, and some programs are full far prior to the actual deadline, so it's best to start now. The deadline for spring programs is October 1, and the deadline for fall and summer programs is March 1. Visit the Study Abroad website at http://www.uni.edu/studyabroad/ to search for available Study Abroad programs, to apply for programs, and for contact information if you want to meet with someone and ask questions. Office of Academic Advising
www.uni.edu/advising
319-273-3604 Some Summer 2011 programs still have openings. Visit the Study Abroad Center in Gilchrist 28 to meet with an advisor and discuss your options if you want to visit China
Costa Rica
France
Ireland
Nicaragua
Poland
Russia
Spain
Turkey Summer Registration Thinking about taking summer classes? View the schedule of summer classes at http://www.uni.edu/registrar/sites/default/files/Summer%202011%20Schedule%20of%20Classes.pdf View your registration time on MyUNIverse under the "Academics" tab. Click here to find out more about these opportunities
http://www.uni.edu/studyabroad/program-search?field_uni_searchval_value=&field_uni_sessions_value_many_to_one=All&field_uni_type_value_many_to_one=Capstone
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