Coggin Short–Term Application Process

We are glad that you have decided to participate in a Coggin College of Business short-term study abroad program. If you have questions, please contact Coggin Study Abroad Advisor Caitlin Jaeger | (904) 620-2919.  
   

  

FACULTY-LED Spring 2015 Courses:
Applications for spring 2015 programs will be accepted from September 2 until November 1 or until a course is full - whichever comes first! Complete applications must be turned into the Coggin Study Abroad Office (Bldg. 10, Rm 2125).  A complete application includes: 

  1. Faculty-Led Application Form [pdf] 
  2. Faculty-Led Policies Form [pdf]
  3. Credits Form (see below)
  • Passport: Bring proof of passport application & submission receipt OR your valid passport to the Coggin Study Abroad Office (Bldg. 10, Rm 2125) by November 1 for scanning. Please plan ahead! Passport processing may take several weeks. Remember, your passport must be valid for at least 6 months after the return date of your study abroad program.
  • Pay the Program Fee:  Make the first and second payments. Once your application is submitted, and you have been approved through your interview (if required), the short-term study abroad program fee will be posted to your UNF account in myWings. The first payment of $500 is due by November 1. The second payment for the remainder of the program fee is due by February 1. Remember, all payments are nonrefundable and expected to be paid by the stated deadlines. Students will receive a hold if payments are not received by the deadlines, regardless of whether financial aid has been disbursed. Please see the Faculty-Led Policies Form above for detailed cancellation policies.

         FACULTY-LED Study Abroad Cancellation Chart

Am I still responsible for these

payments if I cancel...

 Within 5 Businss 

Days of Applying? 

 Before November 1? 

 After November 1?

1st Payment = $500

(due November 1)

No

 Yes!

Yes! 

2nd Payment = Remaining Balance

(due February 1)

 No

No

Yes!

 

 

"COGGIN IN" Summer 2015 Programs:
Applications for summer 2015 "Coggin In" programs will be accepted from September 2 until January 23 or until a program fills - whichever comes first! Applications received before December 5, 2014 qualify for the Early Osprey Discount of $200. All "Coggin In" participants must attend a meeting on Friday, January 30 in addition to all other pre-departure meetings.

  

 

 Complete applications must be turned into the Coggin Study Abroad Office (Bldg. 10, Rm 2125).  A complete application includes: 

  1. "Coggin In" Application Form [pdf] 
  2. "Coggin In" Policies Form [pdf]
  3. Credits Form (see below)   
  • Passport: Bring your actual passport or proof of passport application & submission receipt to the Coggin Study Abroad Office (Bldg. 10, Rm 2125) by December 5 for scanning. Please plan ahead! Passport processing may take several weeks. Remember, your passport must be valid for at least 6 months after the return date of your study abroad program.
  • Pay the Program Fee:  Make the first and second payments. Once your application is submitted, and you have been approved through your interview, the short-term study abroad program fee will be posted to your UNF account in myWings. The first payment of $500 is due by December 5. The second payment for the remainder of the program fee is due by February 1.  Remember, all payments are nonrefundable and expected to be paid by the stated deadlines. Students will receive a hold if payments are not received by the deadlines, regardless of whether financial aid has been disbursed. Please see the Coggin In Policies Form above for detailed cancellation policies.

         COGGIN IN Study Abroad Cancellation Chart

Am I still responsible for these

payments if I cancel...

 Within 5 Business 

Days of Applying? 

 Before December 5? 

 After December 5?

1st Payment = $500

(due December 5)

No

 Yes!

 Yes! 

2nd Payment = Remaining Balance

(due February 1)

 No

No

Yes!

 

 

 

Credits Form: Meet with your Academic Advisor.   

Print and bring the Credits Form for your chosen program to your academic advising meeting. Advisors will work with you to determine possible uses for the short-term study abroad credits. This form assures you that credits earned during short-term study abroad programs will count toward your degree.  Credits forms will be available beginning September 2.