Studying off-campus is a large financial commitment and understanding the full extent of the costs is an important part of the decision-making and planning process. The information below outlines the basic guidelines to consider when estimating costs and meeting financial obligations for off-campus study. You can see a full list of OGOE programs, with their designation as a Bucknell-in, Exchange Partner, or Bucknell Approved program.

Finance & Billing

Many students and families have concerns about the costs for studying off-campus. The Finance & Billing Information Sheet (pdf) outlines the basic guidelines to consider when estimating costs and meeting financial obligations for off-campus study.

Withdrawal Policy for Semester & Full Academic Year Programs

The Withdrawal Policy for Semester & Full Academic Year Programs (pdf) governs a student's withdrawal from an off-campus/study abroad program, for any reason, once their program acceptance has been released. Students interested in withdrawing should contact the Office of Global & Off-campus Education (OGOE) as early as possible to initiate the withdrawal process. A student's withdrawal date is the date the student notified OGOE, in writing, of the student's decision to withdraw.