The Study Abroad Office is part of International Studies and Programs.
Study Abroad Office
International Studies and Programs
261 Millennium Student Center
One University Blvd
St. Louis, MO 63121-4400 USA
General Inquiries: StudyAbroad@UMSL.edu
Regulars Walk-In Hours*:
Summer Hours: Please call to schedule an appointment.
Summer & Winter Intersession Programs:
Monday & Wednesday 11-12 & 2-3
Semester & Academic Year Programs:
Tuesday & Thursday 11-12 & 2-3
Please call the above number to schedule an appointment outside of walk-in hours.
Hours of Operation:
Monday - Friday, 8 a.m. - 5 p.m.
*Walk-In Hours: Thinking about Studying Abroad?? Come see us! It's best to reach the Study Abroad Team during the above walk-in hours. If you have a scheduling conflict, you may call or email to schedule an appointment. Please include in your email a list of days and times you are available to meet. Advisers are not available to see students who drop by outside of office hours and will be asked to schedule an appointment. Thank you!
Study Abroad Team
A Study Abroad Team Member is available during walk-in hours and by appointment to help answer your questions, offer guidance on program selection, and help make it possible for you to study abroad. Please call 516-5229 to schedule an appointment.
Study Abroad and Intl. Exchange Coordinator
MAUI-Utrecht Network U.S. Coordinator
International Exchange Programs - Incoming & Outgoing
Japan America Society
St. Louis Regional International Partnership
Study Abroad and Faculty Led Programs Coordinator
Missouri London, Missouri Africa, and Semester in Greece Programs
National Student Exchange
Liaison for Departmental Programs
Study Abroad Assistant
Orientation & Event Planning
Peer Mentoring-Student Assistance
Mia is currently working on her bachelor’s degree in History at the University of Missouri- St. Louis. She recently obtained her Associate of Arts degree in History at Southwestern Illinois College. In May of 2011, she enjoyed the opportunity to travel abroad to Ireland where she and fellow classmates studied Irish History and the nation's political framework.