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Financing Study Abroad

You should begin the study abroad process by outlining and ensuring that expected funding streams can be used for study abroad. This includes determining financial aid eligibility, scholarship eligibility, any available personal funding, or tuition benefits (if applicable). The cost of most study abroad programs are considerably higher than a normal semester on Pitts campus.  If you feel that you will need additional funds, you may wish to investigate alternative education loan programs.   Please visit the Office of Admissions and Financial Aid, located in Alumni Hall, to discuss your particular alternative educational loan eligibility.  Alternative loans include private (not federally subsidized) educational loans, offered by banks and other lending institutions as well as the Parent PLUS Program.

Last modified 08/20/2012