Travel Information and Resources

Lifestyles, practices, and expectations will be very different from home—even in places that seem on the surface to be relatively similar to the U.S. Make sure you understand how things work. Do not assume that behavior you took for granted at home will be accepted in your host country.

We encourage all faculty, staff, and students to research safety, health, legal, environmental, political, cultural and religious conditions in the country of their destination.

Passport Information

Get your passport photos taken in the Study Abroad Office during regular business hours

  • Two photos for $5
  • Four photos for $10

Submit your completed passport application to a local passport office

Visit the U.S. Department of State for additional information. 


Contact Us

Division of International Affairs
Williston Hall 406