Submit all CWU and ISEP application materials to the SAEP secretary, located in the International Center, Room 109B. After the deadline, students will be notified to schedule and complete an interview with the Director of Study Abroad & Exchange Programs. If nominated, students will then should expect to receive their acceptance notification from ISEP in approximately 4 to 6 weeks.
If accepted, students must attend a Pre-Departure Orientation and complete additional acceptance paperwork. Students will receive further information about these requirements in their acceptance notification from SAEP. In addition, students will be required to complete the host university's acceptance requirements.
Register for a Pre-Departure Orientation Session (Register for one session only)
- Tuesday, May 15th, from 4 to 5pm, SURC 140
- Friday, May 18th, from 4 to 5pm, SURC 140
- Tuesday, May 22nd, from 4 to 5pm, SURC 140
- Friday, May 25th, from 4 to 5pm, SURC 140
To register, call 509-963-3623 or visit the SAEP secretary in the International Center, Room 109B. Each Session is limited to 20 students so don't delay!
Complete the CWU Acceptance Packet
- Download the CWU Acceptance Packet
- Students no longer need a physician to complete the Medical Practitioner Report. This is now a self-reporting form that students can complete themselves.
Important Note: All students participating on a CWU study abroad or exchange program must attend a Pre-Departure Orientation and complete an acceptance packet in order to receive credit. Once students have completed these requirements, they will then be enrolled as an active CWU student for each quarter they are studying away from campus.
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