Applications and Forms

Please complete all the forms listed below and submit them to our office at

1200 16th Street
Ben Parker Student Center Suite E110
Golden, CO
80401
 

We will give you a transcript request form which you must sign if you wish OIP to obtain the official transcript for your application

 

Complete Application form

Application for Semester Term Education AbroadPDF versionText only version

 

Individual forms (Included in complete application)

FERPA Release FormPDF versionText only version

Student Responsibility FormPDF versionText only version

Health Insurance FormPDF versionText only version

Travel WaiverPDF versionText only version

Title IX Information and ProtocolPDF versionText only version

 

Each student who takes course(s) at a foreign institution is required to complete the prior approval form

Undergraduate Prior Approval FormPDF versionText only version

Graduate Student Prior Approval FormPDF versionText only version

The prior approval form is the student’s guarantee that if the course is completed successfully (undergraduates earning a grade equivalent to a CSM “C” or graduate students earning a grade equivalent to a CSM “B”) transfer credit will be awarded.
 
The student will be advised to identify courses based on the departmental flow chart and seek approval from the appropriate faculty.  The goal is to take courses that would normally be taken at CSM and thus avoid delaying graduation.  Courses selected must be approved by the student’s advisor, Departmental Chair, and in the case of a course from an outside department (e.g., Math or LAIS) the designated academic advisor for transfer courses.
 
OIP maintains a list of courses that have been approved in the past but this list does not guarantee transferability for all majors. The Office of International Programs maintains a list of courses that have been approved in the past for transfer to CSM. This list can be found here.

 

Forms & Information for accepted students

Before travelling overseas, it is very important to aquire and complete the following forms. All forms can be found at the OIP office located at 1200 16th Street, Suite E110 in the Ben Parker Student Center.

 

Budget

For additional information and help, contact the OIP

  • Foreign Study BudgetPDF versionText only version This is a rough estimate of what you are going to spend on your trip. Often times university websites have a section on their webpage that will help with this. Complete this form and review it with the Financial Aid office.

 

Insurance

A list of insurance providers are listed here (please take note that none of them are endorsed by OIP nor CSM)

 

ISIC Card

ISIC is a student ID card that is accepted internationally. The card serves as proof of student status in over 100 countries, making available a worldwide network of student travel offices. The card also gives the student access to well over 30,000 discounts in over 106 countries worldwide and savings and services in the UK, including discounts on airline travel!

ISIC cards are required for all CSM students who study overseas.

ISIC cards can be obtained online or from our office using this form.

For more information about ISIC (International Student Identity Cards) please visit the ISIC website or contact us at our office. 

 

Title IX Information

For Title IX information and reporting, please visit http://inside.mines.edu/POGO-Title-IX

 

Device Safety Information

For information and advice on keeping your devices and data safe while traveling click herePDF versionText only version

 

VISA/Resident's Permits

A visa is issued by the Consulate General of the country you will be visiting. A student visa cannot be issued until you have received an official letter of invitation. Some countries allow you to apply online; most require that you send your passport, letter of acceptance and other documentation to the nearest consulate.

The Office of International Programs will assist you with the visa process, contact us for more information.

Below are links to the Consulate-General of countries that requires U.S. students to apply for a visa before  departure:

 

Further helpful advice


 

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