Your acceptance to an Ohio State study abroad program and your participation in the in-country portion of the program is contingent upon the following conditions:
- You must maintain good academic and disciplinary standing with The Ohio State University.
- You must observe the Student Agreement, informing you that the Ohio State Code of Student Conduct extends to study abroad and you are obliged to participate in the program as designed, and Release of All Claims that you signed as part of your study abroad application.
- You must pass all required pre-departure and/or prerequisite courses with the grade stated in your acceptance letter.
- You must make full payment of all tuition and fees by the due date on your University Statement of Account.
- You must possess a valid passport by the designated deadline required for your study abroad program. In addition, you must have obtained an entry visa for all applicable study abroad destinations, if required, by the deadline established for your program. International students should refer to the Frequently Asked Questions section to find out more about the requirements necessary to participate in a study abroad program.
- Any student who is a registered sexual offender, has a felony charge pending against him or her, or is on university disciplinary probation is excluded from participating in study abroad programs managed by Ohio State.
If you do not meet all of these requirements, even after you have been accepted, you will not be permitted to participate in your study abroad program, and will forfeit all non-recoverable costs. Please contact your study abroad coordinator with any questions.