On this page you will find forms that are necessary to complete for consideration in education abroad programs administered by CUAbroad. In addition to CUA forms you may be required to complete other forms that are specific to a particular overseas institution or CUA partner organization. Some of these forms are exclusively online. All applicants must consult with CUAbroad to find out which forms are needed to apply for a particular program.
CUAbroad Online Application
Click on the online application link to begin your online application. This form has multiple sections and includes all the waiver forms as well. All education abroad applicants must be complete this form online.
Credit Card Payment Form
If you plan to pay your application fee with a credit card, please fill out the Credit Card Payment Form that must accompany all credit card transactions. All education abroad applications have a $100 application fee.
Education Abroad Academic Eligibility Form
Before submitting an application, students must meet with their academic advisor. The academic eligibility form must be completed by students in the College of Arts & Sciences and the College of Business & Economics. It must be signed by the Dean's Office of that school.
Education Abroad Academic Eligibility Form (Revised September 2013)
Credit Approval Forms
Completing the CUAbroad Credit Approval Form form is a mandatory part of the application. This form form requires signatures from the major academic advising coordinator and the Dean's Office. If course selection changes after acceptance or during the term abroad, students must notify the appropriate official on the home campus and obtain approval for the new course and make sure that it applies toward the entire degree (i.e. each proposed course must fit into the tracking sheet).
Transcript Request Form
Students requiring an official transcript may make the request online through their Cardinal Station accounts, or they may submit the CUA Transcript Request Form to Enrollment Services. Further instructions are available on the Enrollment Services website. Please note that that non-CUA programs, faculty-led programs, and the CUA in Rome program do not require an official transcipt. Students applying for these programs may print an unofficial transcript from their Cardinal Station account.
Rome Program Forms
Co-Curricular Travel (Not for Credit) Program Applicants
Those participating in a non-credit travel abroad programs will need to print and sign the forms below and return them to the program administrator.
Cancellation & Withdrawal
Education Abroad Cancellation and Withdrawal Policy - This document outlines the terms, conditions - and penalties - under which CUA and non-CUA participants accepted into education abroad programs administered by CUA may cancel their intent to participate.
Forms for Non-CUA Students
Non-CUA Student Advisor Approval Form- For those who are NOT students at CUA, but wish to apply to participate in a CUA affiliated education abroad program. Please note that CUA students have priority over available program spaces.
Forms Required After Acceptance
Offer Acceptance Form - This form must be read and signed by all students studying abroad on a CUA or CUA-affiliated program. By signing and submitting the form, students confirm their intent to participate on the program and acknowledge their associated fiscal and academic responsibilities.
Offer Acceptance Form (for non-CUA programs) - This form must be read and signed by all students studying abroad on a non-affiliated program. By signing and submitting the form, students confirm their intent to participate on the program and acknowledge their associated fiscal and academic responsibilities.
Travel Itinerary Form - To be submitted as soon as possible BEFORE you leave.
Intent to Study Abroad Housing Form - If you live on campus, please take time to notify CUA Housing of your education abroad plans, and whether you will be utlizing CUA housing the semester you return. This is your responsibility.
Setting Up a Power of Attorney
Setting up a power of attorney (POA) can be very helpful if you have a commercial loan that requires a signature when checks arrive. By setting up a power of attorney, you can have a trusted person here in the US sign on your behalf. POA can be useful if any other legal or billing situations arise while you are abroad.
Forms for Visa Applications
Forms Required After the Program
Education Abroad Program Evaluation - To be completed and sent to CUAbroad following overseas program
Education Abroad Grievance Form - To be completed if a students needs to file a complaint about his or her program
Forms for Incoming Exchange students
Course Selection Form - For incoming exchange students.