If you have questions or concerns about any of these requirements, please schedule an appointment with the Cascadia Study Abroad Coordinator.
This is a one page application used to determine your eligibility for study abroad. You will need to submit supporting documents, including an unofficial transcript, two letters of recommendation, and a short essay, along with the application form. This application is non-binding, meaning that it does not commit you to studying abroad. We recommend that you submit the preliminary application at least 2-3 months before the application deadline for your study abroad program.
The Preliminary Application is available here or at the International Programs Office.
Once you have completed and turned in your preliminary application, there will be an informal interview with Cascadia’s Study Abroad Coordinator. This interview will be about 30 minutes long, and will address questions about your motivation and preparation to study abroad. This is also your opportunity to ask questions and get detailed information about study abroad and the specific program of interest to you.
This application is different for every program. It is part of the paperwork needed to reserve your spot on the program. You will receive this program application after your preliminary application is approved. You will also need to pay a deposit and submit supporting documents such as a medical form and photo release form.
- Preliminary Application
- WCCCSA Participant Medical Form
- Medical Examination Form
- Budget Sheet
- Cascadia Study Abroad Scholarship