Education Abroad


Education Abroad Policies

Education Abroad Participants subject to Code of Conduct

Students on education abroad are subject to the laws in the foreign country they are studying in as well as the policies on the university campus in which they are studying. They are also subject to the St. Cloud State University Code of Conduct.

Enrollment Agreement and Contract Policies

Students sign an Enrollment Agreement and Contract form which they are also to abide by and understand while abroad.

Cancellation Policies

Students will pay any unrecovered costs that have been paid by the Center for International Studies. This could be up to the full program fee cost. This may include airfare, tour costs, and any other costs paid out for the program on the students’ behalf. If the student cancels within 60 days of departure, an additional fee of $250.00 will be assessed.

St. Cloud State University Education Abroad has a Force Majeure Clause which means if there is an extraordinary event beyond the control of the student or the university such as war, an epidemic, acts of terrorism, a natural disaster, etc. the University may cancel an education abroad program. Students will be reimbursed any recoverable costs in these situations. Because not all costs are recoverable, note that this means students could incur a financial loss. Students are encouraged to purchase travel insurance for unforeseen personal situations, but travel insurance will not cover situations such as war, an epidemic, acts of terrorism, or a natural disaster.

Payment Policy

All program fees, including tuition and all costs associated with the program, will be paid prior to departure. If financial aid is covering the program and tuition costs, the financial aid needs to be accepted two weeks prior to departure.

Health Insurance Policy

The required health/travel insurance policy has been established for the benefit and ease of students traveling. The insurance policy used is currently HTH Worldwide.