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After Acceptance

After Acceptance

AFTER ACCEPTANCE INTO THE LONDON CENTER

If you have been accepted to the London Center program, you will receive an acceptance letter via email from Rachel Gould, the Director of Study Abroad. This acceptance email will include important information about the following:

  1. Mandatory London Center-specific orientation sessions

  2. Any required post-acceptance materials that are to be submitted before orientation.

Note: London Center students are not required to meet with the Office of International Programs to pick-up post-acceptance materials since students will receive these materials in the London Center Orientation. In addition, students are not required to meet with the Office of Student Financial Services unless you have questions about funding.

AFTER ACCEPTANCE INTO AN EXCHANGE, AFFILIATED, or NON-AFFILIATED PROGRAM

If you have been accepted to an exchange program, an affiliated program, or a non-affiliated program:

  1. First, schedule a time to meet with the Office of Student Financial Service (SFS). You will need to provide SFS with the detailed cost breakdown for your program before scheduling this meeting. If the Office of International Programs should have access to this information, we will upload it to your online study abroad file for SFS to view. (Note: Students who have been accepted to the London Center program and those who have been accepted to an Ithaca College short-term faculty-led program are not required to schedule a meeting with SFS.)

  2. After meeting with SFS, schedule your post-acceptance meeting with a study abroad advisor. Please be sure to bring the Consortium Agreement which you should receive in your meeting with SFS.
    (Note: Students who have been accepted to the London Center program and those who have been accepted to an Ithaca College short-term faculty-led program are not required to schedule a post-acceptance paperwork appointment.)

  3. In addition, students need to attend a series of 2 mandatory study abroad orientations (if going abroad for a full semester) OR 1 session if going abroad for the summer or winter. These sessions are typically held in November/December for winter/spring study abroad, and in April for summer/fall study abroad.