Resources for Current Students
This document includes the most up-to-date payment deadlines for Cornell Off-Campus Courses.
To make a payment:
- Log in
- Go to finances
- Go to Make a Payment
- Go to Your Account: click on click here to make a payment
- Go to Course Trips/View Details
- On the drop-down list select, e.g. "PSY 2XX: Vienna"
- And then proceed with making the payment into your trip account.
- Please note that ACH withdraws are free of charge
Off-Campus Study Handbook : Everything you need to know about off-campus study at Cornell in a PDF.
Student Checklist : The study abroad process from start to finish. Information about about program applications, financial aid, and transferring your credits to Cornell.
Financing your Study Abroad Experience:
Learn about scholarships and fellowships for all levels of study through Academic Affairs, or for information about scholarships (Cornell and outside), and post-graduate opportunities please contact Kimberly Cullen (x4385), Coordinator of International and Off-Campus Studies, 2nd floor, Old Sem.
Tips for Writing an Effective Scholarship/Fellowship: Make your scholarship application stand out.
International Students Visa Resource Sheet: If you are an international student interested in participating in an off-campus opportunity you may need to obtain additional visas. Here is some information about where to start.
Students and faculty traveling on Cornell-sponsored course trips are covered by a supplemental plan through EIIA/AIG.
"Packaging Your International Experience" - Global executives say that study abroad boosts employability. Read this to find out how to market your cross-cultural skills.
Passport: A passport is required for US citizens to travel to most foreign countries, including Canada and Mexico. Our office recommends that you apply for a passport ASAP, allowing at least 6-8 weeks for processing. Applications for new passports and passport renewals can be found on the US Department of State website.
Country Specific Information: Want to know more about where you're going? The Department of State has specific information about travel, customs, government, for every country in the world.
International Student ID Card (ISIC): Depending on where you are traveling, having the ISIC can help net you discounts on travel, museums, excursions and more.