Diversity and Identities Abroad

Will I Fit Abroad?
Social Identities and Things to Consider

First Generation College / EOP Students/ Promise Scholars


Studying Abroad as a
1st Generation and EOP Student

Study Abroad for
1st Generation Students

Studying Abroad as a
Promise Scholar

Transfer Students

Transfer Students Can Study Abroad

Racial & Ethnic Communities

African-American, African, Black and Caribbean Students

Black Experience Abroad

Black and in Paris

Being Black Abroad

American Indian and Indigenous Students

American Indian Experience Abroad

Asian-American, Asian and Pacific Islander Students

Studying Abroad as an
Asian American

Asian American Experience Abroad

AAPI Abroad: A Student Panel

Latinx Students

Studying Abroad as a Latinx &
1st Generation College Student

Latinx Adventures Abroad

Telling Latino Parents You Want to Study Abroad

Middle Eastern Students

LGBTQIA+ Students

Study Abroad for LGBTQ+ Students

LGBTQIA+ Identity in a Global Context:
Resources and Support for Students

DACA / Undocumented Students

DACA/Undocumented students can study abroad! If you're interested, please consult an immigration attorney and talk to a Regional Advisor as soon as possible, as you may have to begin the process up to a year in advance. Students will need a valid passport from their country of citizenship and will have to complete the Advance Parole process. For more information, please visit the following resources:


International Students
Students with Dependents
Students with Disabilities

Passport to Possibilites

Moving Out Into the World

Getting Around in a Foreign Country

Religious & Spiritual Students