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Academic Programs Abroad
Academic programs abroad (asa)
Academic Studies Abroad
(ASA) is a study abroad provider with summer, semester, and academic year
options in Central America, South America and Europe.All programs include tuition, housing, a site director or advisor,
airport pick-up, excursions, health insurance, and more.
The Director of ASA, Lee
Frankel, believes that providing personalized attention, as well as a quick
response to questions, will enable students to ease through the process of
selecting the best program. In fact, ISU
students on ASA programs comment immediately upon arrival that” the ASA program
is really great and making it super easy to get adjusted to the lifestyle”.
As an affiliate member
of ASA, ISU students have access to outstanding programs as well as scholarship!
What are the requirements?
Most programs have
a minimum GPA requirement of 2.5, though some require between a 2.7-3.0 to
participate.Students must be in
good standing and must have completed at least two semesters of college-level
work prior to participation.
How competitive is this program?
ASA programs are
non-competitive and all students who meet basic requirements are able to
application deposit of $150 is needed to secure your place. Since ISA an
affiliate member, ASA will send an invoice to the Study Abroad Director and the
program fees will go onto to your student bill. All financial aid will be
collected as well as any balance due. Then, ISU will send payment to ASA.
What are my language options with ASA?
Through ASA you
can build language skills in Spanish in Argentina, Chile, Costa Rica, Peru, and
Spain. All offer coursework at all levels in addition to coursework in English.