There are many details to consider with regard to finances when planning your study abroad experience. You should take note of the difference in cost of each program, the way in which your student account will be billed, the financial aid and scholarship opportunities that are available and how to budget for your international experience. When considering studying abroad, it is important to remember that it does not have to be more expensive than the equivalent credit of studying on campus. Careful program selection and planning, a good understanding of the policies and procedures, and diligent research into scholarship opportunities can make study abroad an affordable experience for all students!
Campus will be closed on Saturday, Jan. 29 due to the incoming winter storm. Dining locations and the Falcon Market will be open to support on-campus residents. Shuttle service will be suspended on Saturday and is expected to resume on Sunday pending safe road conditions. On-campus students can contact University Police at 781-891-2201 for routine needs or 781-891-3131 for a police, fire, or medical emergency.