The cost of studying abroad varies widely depending on the length of the program and where you will be studying. Due to the relatively low-cost of Chadron State College, students can generally expect the cost of semester-based programs to be somewhat higher than a semester at CSC. Short term, faculty-led programs tend to be less expensive than full semester programs.
Other factors that influence the cost of studying abroad include: foreign currency exchange rates, transportation costs, cost of living in the host country, services provided by the host institution or the program provider, and tuition and fees of the host university.
For complete information about the cost of studying abroad, contact the International and Study Abroad Student Services Office in Crites Hall 229, at 308-432-6496, or email email@example.com.
Financial Aid may be available to you to help finance your study abroad experience. If you are eligible for financial aid at CSC, you will be eligible for financial aid for studying abroad. Keep in mind that federal financial aid is based on cost of attendance; therefore, even though studying abroad may cost more than studying at CSC, federal financial aid will also pay more of the cost. As a CSC student, you may apply for financial aid for any short term program offered by CSC or any semester-based program offered through a CSC-approved provider. Programs offered by non-approved program providers are not eligible for CSC financial aid. Visit Financial Aid for more information.
Publicly and privately funded scholarship programs for study abroad are also available. Details are available at the International and Study Abroad Office in Crites Hall 229, , at 308-432-6496, or email firstname.lastname@example.org.