APPLICATION INSTRUCTIONS FOR CCIS STUDY ABROAD PROGRAMSOFFICIAL TRANSCRIPTS
An official copy of your academic transcript of all college
work completed is required as part of your application. If
you are a college freshman or high school senior, an official
copy of your high school record is required. If your institu-
tion is a CCIS member, have your official transcript(s) sent
to your study abroad office. If your institution is not a CCIS
member, have your official transcript(s) sent directly to the
U.S. institution which administers the study abroad pro-
PROGRAM APPLICATION FEE
Contact your study abroad advisor or the U.S. sponsoring
institution to determine whether there is a program appli-
cation fee and, if so, the amount of the fee.
NOTIFICATION OF ACCEPTANCE
You will be notified of acceptance into the program by your
study abroad advisor or the U.S. sponsoring institution. At
that time you will receive detailed information regarding
travel arrangements, orientation, payments, passport and
visa requirements, health forms, and other essential details.
If you have specific questions about individual CCIS study
abroad programs, contact your study abroad advisor or the
U.S. sponsoring institution which administers the program.
If you have general questions about CCIS and its study
abroad programs, contact the CCIS Office at 2000 P Street,
NW, Suite 503, Washington, DC 20036, (202) 223-0330, (202)
223-0999 Fax, email@example.com.
CCIS STUDY ABROAD APPLICATION
Please type or print the information neatly on this form.
Make sure to include the country and city of the CCIS pro-
gram for which you are applying.
If you are applying for more than one CCIS program, please
fill out a separate application for each program. On page 2
of the application, we ask that you identify any sources of
financial aid you plan to use for the study abroad program.
For more detailed information about qualifying for finan-
cial aid for study abroad, contact your study abroad advi-
sor or the U.S. sponsoring insti