Current John Carroll Students:

  • Applications for most Summer 2014 and Fall 2014 will be due March 1, 2014.
  • For ISEP Exchange programs, the priority application deadline for Fall 2014 is February 15, 2014. Many ISEP programs will accept applications until full.
  • For JCU’s Vatican City and Madrid programs for Fall 2014, the deadline is April 1, 2014.
  • Applications for most Spring 2015 programs will be be due on October 1, 2014.
  • For the Boler Semester in London Spring 2015, the deadline is April 1, 2014.
  1. Follow this link to http://jcu.abroadoffice.net
  2. Create a user account for yourself. On the left hand side, click “Create Account.” If you are not currently enrolled at JCU, you will not be able to create an account without a Banner ID.
  3. You should make appointments to meet with:
    a.) your academic advisor to discuss what courses to take while abroad, and
    b.) the Office of Financial Aid, to discuss how your financial aid package can be applied to your chosen program.
  4. Use the global map on the AbroadOffice website to choose the program that you are interested in. When you have found the program you want, click on “Apply” or “Apply to this program.” Please do not apply to multiple programs; you can change your program later, but multiple applications causes more work for the offices across campus.
  5. There are several forms (up to ten) that need to be completed for each program. Be sure to complete all of the pages, or your application will not be considered.
  6. You need to include a copy of your unofficial transcripts with your application. These can be printed from BannerWeb.
  7. As your application is reviewed by the Center for Global Education, you will receive updates via email about your status.

After you have been approved by John Carroll University for study abroad:

  1. Instructions on how to order official transcripts. You will need these for the host institution’s application.
  2. How to file a Transient Petition Form. This needs to be done before you leave for your study abroad site, to ensure that your courses will transfer back to John Carroll University. Transient petition forms are not necessary for programs at Regent’s University, London.
  3. Student Health/Emergency Treatment Authorization form can be submitted online.

For 3rd-party programs (programs that are not affiliated with John Carroll University), you will follow the same steps, and under United States choose “3rd party program” from the list of available programs.

If you have any questions about the application process or your application status, please call Dr. Kleinberg at 216-397-4357.


 International Students Who Wish to Study at John Carroll:

  • If you wish to attend John Carroll University for a full degree program (not just for a semester or year), please contact the Admissions Office.