ALL STUDY ABROAD STUDENTS MUST APPLY THROUGH RIPA!
1. Access your FoxLink account
2. Click on the "student" appropriate tab (i.e. "AS/CPS Student")
3. Locate the Study Abroad RIPA Application portal on the left side of the page
4. Click on "RIPA Application"
5. Click on "create a new application"
6. Then choose your program from the list.
* Please Note: You will be automatically charged a non-refundable $25 application fee.
Questions? Visit the Office of International Programs during walk-in advising (M - R 12-2pm)
How to Apply
Pay close attention to the deadlines and requirements of the specific program to which you want to apply! Application procedures vary between programs; you can view all application details on RIPA (Rollins International Programs Application).
Apply before the deadline! All students must submit a RIPA and any necessary forms through FoxLink by the deadline listed on International Program's website (regardless of the deadline set by the program provider).
Deadlines vary semester to semester (but will always fall on a Monday). Deadlines for 2014-2015:
There is a nonrefundable $25 application fee for all study abroad programs. This fee covers the expenses associated with our on-line application system. Once you start the RIPA process, you will be automatically charged this fee.
IT IS NONREFUNDABLE! DO NOT START A RIPA UNTIL YOU ARE CERTAIN THAT YOU WISH TO APPLY TO A SPECIFIC PROGRAM.
If you apply for multiple programs during the same term, you will only be charged one application fee. For example, if you apply in the fall semester for a winter field study and a spring semester program, you will only pay one application fee.
General Requirements for Admission
Minimum Cumulative GPA Requirements:
** Please consult program-specific requirements as individual programs may have different minimum GPAs.
Academic & Conduct Requirements (applies to ALL study abroad and field study programs):
Program Specific Requirements:
Requirements for Holt School Students
Rollins Policy Violations
Students who have a major policy/conduct violation on their record within 12 months prior to an application deadline may not be eligible to participate in a study abroad program. In addition, students found responsible for major policy violations between acceptance into a program and the program departure could be withdrawn from the program. In such a case, students will still be responsible for any program costs incurred on their behalf.
Major violations include, but are not limited to:
Please Note: The Office of Community Standards and Responsibility, in consultation with the Office of International Programs, will evaluate each violation closely to determine if it is grounds for denial of application or removal from a program. In the case that 12 months have passed since a major violation, Community Standards and IP will also evaluate the situation to determine the student's eligibility.