Study Abroad

Advising & events

Even though we can’t currently meet with you in person, we are excited to connect! Here are some options to get in touch with us.

Drop-in advising via chat

  • We’re available for drop-in via chat on Monday – Friday from 10am – 4pm.
  • Click the icon at the bottom right-hand corner of our homepage to get started.

Email us

Events

  • We regularly offer info sessions for students interested in studying abroad. Check our event calendar to register for an upcoming session.

Calendar

Our advising team

  • The UW Study Abroad advisers are here to help you with basic questions, and then as you narrow down your options and begin to apply to programs.
  • If you have a question about a specific program or region, please consult the list below to find the appropriate program manager. Then contact them to set up an appointment.
 Adviser Advising Specialty To set up an appointment
Taylor Ahana Independent Learning Abroad ahanat@uw.edu
UW faculty-led programs Email djh83@uw.edu
Katherine Kroeger UW faculty-led programs, DACA Email kroegk@uw.edu
Mariah Rosman UW faculty-led programs Email mros7@uw.edu
Kiana Parker General Advising, Funding study abroad, financial planning, scholarships.

Please let me know if you prefer to connect via Skype, Zoom or phone and include relevant info like your phone number or Skype ID with your booking details.

Make an appointment
Shannon Quinn Exchanges in Asia and all partner and direct enrollment programs in Asia, Africa, the Americas, Europe, Oceania and the Middle East Email Shannonq@uw.edu
Sarah Berryman Exchanges in  Africa, the Americas, Europe, Oceania and the Middle East, Inbound exchange Make an appointment
Mike Renes UW Global Research, Internship, & Service Program (GRISP) Make an appointment

How to explore your options before your appointment

To prepare to explore your study abroad options, we recommend the following steps:

  • Consult the Getting started section of the Study Abroad website and start to think about the questions posed.
  • Familiarize yourself with the Find a program feature and read through a few program brochures that are of initial interest.
  • Fill out the Advising Brainstorming Worksheet – this tool can help you begin thinking about what kind of program might be right for you. Bring this worksheet with you to an advising session.

Download Study Abroad Brainstorming Worksheet