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The Handbook of Opportunities was sent out Monday, October 9, 2006 to your campus mailboxes and is also available on the Web.
Class of 2009:
Individual advising appointments can be scheduled during regular appointment hours. Call x4500 for availability.
Approved program information is available in hard copy in the OCS Library and also through the links listed in your OCS Handbook.
You may Review Student Evaluations of programs that may interest you using our Web-based evaluation system.
ALL students intending to study abroad in 2007-08 must complete the OCS program approval forms as well as the application to the program itself. Be sure to check the application deadlines for your programs. Students applying to programs with ROLLING ADMISSIONS should do so much earlier than the published application deadline.
OCS APPROVED PROGRAM FORMS ARE DUE MARCH 15, 2007.
ALL PETITIONS ARE DUE MARCH 1, 2007. If you have not already scheduled an appointment with someone in OCS to review the petition process, you should do so before February 15, 2007.
Appointments will be scheduled during the following times (30 minute intervals) unless otherwise noted for specific dates:
Additionally, the Office of Off-Campus Study will have scheduled walk-in hours for brief questions. Unless otherwise noted, these hours will be:
- Monday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday 10am - 12 noon
- Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, Friday 2pm - 4pm
- Tuesday 10am - 12 noon
- Wednesday 2pm - 4pm
Class of 2008:
The Handbook of Opportunities 2006-07 will be available on-line for the duration of your time abroad.
If you are currently studying abroad, you may with to consult the on-line information distributed in hard copy at the predeparture meeting in December.
If you have recently returned for your fall semester abroad, please remember to complete your PROGRAM EVALUATION .
Class of 2007: If you have not yet received your grades for your time abroad, verify the following:
You have completed your PROGRAM EVALUATION;
Your host institution/sponsoring organization knows to send your transcript to the Office of Off-Campus Study;
You do not have an outstanding balance with your host institution/sponsoring organization;
For SIT participants: OCS has record of approval for your ISP from your Colby faculty reader.
If all of these issues are in order, please contact OCS for additional assistance.