This document includes the most up-to-date payment deadlines for Cornell Off-Campus Courses.
To make a payment for an Off-Campus Cornell Course:
- 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 your course, for example: BIO 485 Bahamas
- And then proceed with making the payment into your trip account.
- Please note that ACH withdraws (from a bank account using the numbers at the bottom of a check) are free of charge, while there is a fee for credit card payments.
Waivers - complete and return to International & Off-Campus Studies before you travel
- Waiver for a Cornell Course (led by a Cornell faculty member)
- Waiver for a Non- Cornell Program (including independent study, internships, practicums, affiliated programs, and exchange programs)
Student Checklist: The study abroad process from start to finish for non-Cornell courses.
- Information about about deadlines, financial aid, and transferring your credits to Cornell.
Students traveling on Cornell-sponsored course trips and students receiving credit for study abroad(including internships, special projects, or courses) are covered by a supplemental travelers' insurance plan through EIIA and Europ Assistance. (Cornell has purchased this insurance on your behalf. International & Off-Campus Studies just needs to know from you about your program overseas.)
- EIIA Coverage Summary
- International Travel FAQs - information on how to make an EIIA claim while abroad and other important information
- EIIA International Travel Program Brochure
- EIIA Process for Handling Medical Emergency Abroad - recommendation for who to call in what order if have an emergency requiring medical care while abroad
While abroad and covered by this insurance, you can submit a claim for emergency services to EIIA first. For non-emergencies, students usually submit a claim (for services rendered abroad) to their personal medical insurance company first.
Financing your Study Abroad Experience
Learn about scholarships and fellowships for all levels of study through Academic Affairs. For information about scholarships (Cornell and outside), you can contact the Coordinator of International & Off-Campus Studies. Be sure to look for scholarships on your program's website too.
Tips for Writing an Effective Scholarship/Fellowship: Make your scholarship application stand out.
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.