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Welcome to the Study Abroad Wiki for current students seeking to spend a semester (or two!) studying off-campus!

Study Abroad Opportunities

Study abroad plays an important role in a W&J education, and our study abroad staff are here to support you wherever your studies take you.  We'll you through the application process, prepare you for your time abroad, and provide continual support and communication to you while you're overseas. Explore our Study Abroad website as well as W&J's nearly 40 Approved Study Abroad Programs.

Learn About:



For more information, contact Study Abroad or Sara Kochuba, Director of Study Abroad,


Going abroad for the summer? Complete our International Transfer of Credit and Waiver Form.


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Study Abroad Opportunities


Office of Study Abroad

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Our goal is to provide immersive opportunities for students to engage in off-campus study programs that complement and connect with the academic offerings of the College. We endeavor to make international education a possibility for all students, contributing to their development of global citizenship and maturity, and to provide continual guidance along the way.  We further increase the internationalization of the campus community by nurturing a portfolio of student exchange partnerships which bring international students to W&J.

We encourage students pursuing all majors, as well as international students, to consider incorporating off-campus study into their academic plans.


Current students: make an appointment now!


Contact us:

Sara Kochuba, Director of Study Abroad 

The Hub 109

724-503-1001 x 6045

Schedule an appointment with Sara now!

Jen Gentzel, Assistant Director of International Programs 

The Hub 104

724-503-1001 x 6236


General inquiries:

724-503-1001 x 6051

Are you a faculty member looking for the recommendation and advisor approval forms for a student who plans to go abroad for a semester or year? Visit our For Faculty  wiki page; you will be asked to log in using your W&J credentials. Thank you for your support!