Sign-up must be submitted at least 30 minutes before a scheduled session.
Global Cougs 101: Introduction to Global Learning
GC101 is a 25-minute information session that covers program types, applications, eligibility to study abroad, and how to find the best program for you.
Attending GC101 is required before scheduling an appointment with a Global Learning Advisor. Attending GC101 is not required to open a program application or to go abroad. Attending GC101 is not required to attend GC102 or GC103.
Global Cougs 102: Study Abroad Logistics
GC102 is a separate 25-minute information session that covers financial aid, scholarships, passports/visas, and how to get academic credit abroad.
Attending GC102 is required during the application process for all academic programs abroad. You can also attend Global Cougs prior to opening an application or beginning the application process. GC102 is not required before meeting with a Global Learning Advisor, though if you have questions about the included topics, it is a good idea to attend GC102 before meeting with an advisor.
Global Cougs 103: On-Campus Global Learning
GC103 is a separate information session that covers opportunities to engage with Global Learning while still in Washington. Topics include the Global Leadership Certificate, Digital Badges, Peace Corps Prep, Distinguished Scholarships, and internship opportunities with International Programs.
Attending GC103 is not required to participate in any global learning opportunities. GC103 is an optional session to learn more about on-campus global learning opportunities and resources.
Request a presentation
Have a group of students you think would benefit from hearing about global learning opportunities? Want us to present in your classroom, event, or chapter meeting? Submit a request to bring the Global Cougs Series to you! We are happy to customize the information to include 1, 2, or all 3 Global Cougs sessions. If requesting all 3 info sessions, please schedule a full hour for the presentation.
Use this form only for WSU classroom, event, or meeting presentations.