Meredith Affiliate Semester and Summer Programs

For Affiliate semester and summer Study Abroad programs, students will complete both a third party provider application and a Meredith Affiliate Study Abroad application.  Both applications must be completed by the appropriate deadlineSlots for semester Affiliate programs may be limited, so it is important to start the advising process as early as possible.

Notice of fees: Meredith students approved to study on Affiliate Programs will be assessed a non-refundable study abroad fee of $400. 

1. Application Forms:


2. References:

Please send the following links to your academic adviser and two faculty who can provide academic references in support of your application. Your academic adviser may also serve as one of your academic references.

  1. Academic Adviser Online Form
  2. Academic Reference Online Form

When you send the link, include the following information in your email to faculty:

    • Your Name
    • Course(s) You’ve Taken with Your Faculty Reference
    • Study Abroad Program Choice
    • Term Abroad (Spring 2022, Summer 2022, Fall 2022)

3. Short Answer Questions:


4. Virtual Meeting with Office of Financial Assistance:

All applicants are required to schedule a meeting with Ms. Judith Schram in the Office of Financial Assistance.

  1. Set up your virtual appointment with Ms. Schram.
  2. When you schedule your appointment, include the following information:
    • Your name
    • The name of the study abroad program to which you are applying
    • Term Abroad (Spring 2022, Summer 2022, Fall 2022)
  3. Download a copy of the Meredith Affiliate financial planning worksheet.
  4. Review your affiliate program’s budget from your provider’s website.
  5. Before meeting with the Office of Financial Assistance, we strongly recommend that you attend a Virtual Study Abroad Funding Workshop, offered regularly via Zoom.


5. Affiliate Application

Submit and complete your study abroad application with your Affiliate program (CIEE, DIS, API, IFSA-Butler) by the Meredith deadline.


The Office of International Programs (OIP) is committed to providing reasonable and appropriate accommodations during the study abroad application process to students with documented disabilities. Students who need accommodations for equal access to the study abroad application process should contact the OIP at