Some things to consider before Open Advising

One of the questions you might be asking yourself is how do you satisfy major and minor requirements while your abroad? The quick answer is that any LSA student seeking an international program with CGIS can receive U-M, in-residence credit. That means you can pick real classes that will help you stay on track for graduation without having to fall behind. The Newnan Advising Center & CGIS can help you answer questions regarding coursework you'll need to satisfy while your abroad! 

Many students believe that they cannot afford a study abroad experience because of financial barriers, but thanks to the support of the UM’s College of Literature, Science, and the Arts, and the LSA Scholarship Office, they can help students break down these barriers so make sure to check in with them!

Here are some questions to consider when speaking with an advisor:

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We have off-campus partners standing by to talk to you about Spring/Summer programs from 4-5pm EDT on both Wednesday, October 6th & Thursday, October 7th. Click the regions of the world below to browse programs that we'll have representatives for. Each program link will take you to a zoom room where a representative will be discussing the ins and outs of our programs.

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