EVENTS AND INFO SESSIONS  

OIS offers a variety of events and info sessions related to study abroad throughout the academic year. 

EVENTS: 

Each semester we offer programming that helps students learn about study abroad in general. Some examples include:  

  • Study Abroad Fair 
  • Study Abroad 101
  • Study Abroad Discussion Panels 
  • Study Abroad Scholarship Workshops
  • Study Abroad Returnee Symposiums
  • Re-entry Workshops

INFO SESSIONS: 

Each faculty-led program will host a number of info sessions to give students a change to learn more about the specific program details (itinerary, cost, deadlines, application process, scholarships, etc.). 

 Passport Photo v22

U.S. Passport Day at GSU

Monday, November 8th 
10:00 a.m. – 2:00 p.m.
Hall of Governors

The Matteson Public Library will be on campus to process U.S. passport applications. Walk-ins are welcome!

Virtual Q & A Session: Thursday, November 4th at 12pm Register Here

Documents Needed:

Passport Application Form DS-11
Personal Check (bring 4 checks)
Proof of U.S. Citizenship (i.e. original birth certificate)*
Photo I.D. (driver’s license, state ID)*
One Passport Photo (instructions - we will be taking photos on site – photos can also be taken at CVS, Walgreens or your local post office)

*Photocopies are required and can be made on site with the assistance of the Office of International Services.

Planning to study abroad? Apply for your passport by these dates:

Spring Break to the Dominican Republic – December 1 (routine); January 1 (expedited)
Public Health Brigade to Ghana – December 15 (routine); January 15 (expedited)
Honors Seminar in Rome – February 1 (routine); March 1 (expedited)


Routine Processing is 8-11 weeks
Expedite Processing is 5-7 weeks

Fees to be paid separately:  
Passport Book $110 
Administrative Fee $35
 Expedite Services $60
1-2 Day Delivery $17.56

 

For full application instructions, please visit the Government Website.