Coe College students exercise the ability to appreciate the ethnic and cultural diversity that makes up our residential campus and surrounding community. As an international student at Coe, you will be welcomed by over 80 international peers from countries such as China, Japan, Nepal, Vietnam, Germany and India.
Studying at Coe College in Iowa would be of particular interest to international students or students interested in American politics, as Iowa is one of the first and most important stops for candidates running for the US Presidency. Don't miss your chance to see the American election system from a front row seat in 2020, the year of the next Presidential election in the US!
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Cedar Rapids, Iowa, United States
Exchange program open to undergraduates only
Open to CAS students only, or those wanting to take GenEd requirements
Length of Stay:
One or two semesters.
Program Fees and Costs:
Exchange students pay AUS tuition fees for the full course load (12-16 credits) in addition to Student Activities fees. Any additional costs including housing, lab fees, meal plans, books and insurance will be paid directly to the host university.
Students must apply to the US Embassy/Consulate to obtain their J1 Exchange Visitor Visa. They must make an appointment and follow up with the required documentation, such as the letter of acceptance and bank statement. See https://travel.state.gov/content/travel/en/us-visas/visa-information-resources/forms/ds-160-online-nonimmigrant-visa-application.html
for complete information on Visa application process.
All exchange students must have valid health insurance coverage during their stay abroad. They can either purchase their own or from Coe College. Follow instruction given by the host university.
Students must fill out the AUS course permission form to get their courses approved by the Associate Dean of their school and the Registrar. Upon approval, students students will also be informed the grades required to transfer credits. Students must achieve the minimum grade as indicated on the form in order to receive course credit (requirements for credit transfer vary by program). Each study abroad case is subject to approval.
AUS students on grants/scholarships must obtain approval from the Office of Financial Grants and Scholarships before starting a semester abroad at a host university. In cases where the AUS student pays tuition directly to AUS for study abroad, the student will continue to use their AUS grants and AUS-funded scholarships for that semester abroad. These students should speak with the Financial Grants and Scholarship Manager for more information. Students sponsored by an organization outside of AUS are responsible for making arrangements with their sponsor.