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SiS Family Breakout Session
Transcript of SiS Family Breakout Session
Alexandra Thomas- Ghana
Nayeli Cervantes- Nicaragua
Alex Walz- Thailand
April Jingco- Korea
Palla Rukhsar- France
Elisabeth Yuodelis- Bonaire
Bailee Hiatt- Chile
Danicole Ramos- Spain
Victoria Ruiz- Morocco
Summer in Seattle 2018 - Family Session
Global Engagement at
Global Engagement at Seattle University
Parker Tinsley- Japan
Megan Rodden- Ireland
Layne Ahlstrom- France
Alex Walz- Thailand
EDUCATION ABROAD OVERVIEW
Cold, clammy, pale or bluish skin
Breathing is slow or irregular
Vomiting (esp. while passed out
REFLECTIONS FROM RETURNEES
Sy Bean- Peru
Olivia Mejia- France
474 Students, 134 Programs, 96 Cities, 47 Countries
Long-Term Faculty-led Programs
Short-Term Faculty-Led Programs
Non-Credit Immersion Programs
Financial Aid portability
EDUCATION ABROAD IS FOR
Emily Moody- China
Kirsti Ruud- Morocco
as early as summer after freshman year!
MYTH: Studying abroad is more expensive than studying on campus.
Myth: Studying abroad won't count towards credits I need.
study abroad grants
stronger perspective on self & place
increased problem-solving ability
influence on career potential
empowering leaders for a just and humane world
explore. Prepare. Reintegrate.
"...empowering leaders for a just and humane world..."
Types of Programs
Allison Peacock- Costa Rica
UCOR 3100: Religion in a Global Context
UCOR 3400: Humanities & Global Challenges
UCOR 3600: Social Sciences & Global Challenges
UCOR 3800: Natural Sciences & Global Challenges
ENGAGING THE WORLD
Per Semester Term Abroad
SU Aid + Federal/State Aid
Hawks Abroad Fair
*Education Abroad Office
i cAN'T aFFORD iT
mY mAJOR dOESN'T aLLOW FOR IT
i WON'T gRADUATE ON TIME
i dON'T wANT TO bE aWAY sO lONG
i CAN'T STUDY ABROAD bECAUSE...
i'M AN ...
I WON'T EARN ENOUGH CREDITS
I'm a transfer student
5 Steps for Parents & Families
To best support your student's education abroad experience
Start the conversation!
Encourage your student to attend an information session in the Education Abroad Office.
Encourage your student to discuss study abroad with their Academic Advisor their first year.
Begin planning for financial considerations with your student.
Have an open mind and positive attitude!