Student Organizations

College of Engineering Student Organizations travel all over the world! If you are interested in joining them, learn more about the organizations who travel.

Organizations Who Travel Abroad


Student Organization International Travel Resources

International Travel Approval Process

If your organization plans to travel internationally, make sure to get approval from the College of Engineering. Familiarize yourself with the process as you’ll need to plan in advance!

Ready to start the process?

  to start a Maize Phase proposal in M-Compass for Spring break 2019 (Winter 2019 term) or Spring/Summer 2019 (Summer travel).

The deadlines for the International Travel Approval Process for 2018-2019 are below.

Travel Dates

Go Blue Go Abroad! Workshop

*Advising Session Due

“Maize Phase” Due

“Blue Phase” Due

Pre-Departure Orientation

“Wolverine Phase” Due

Spring Break

Learn about the travel planning process, including updates to the proposal process, trip planning, and funding resources

October 26, 2018                    2-4 p.m.                       Chrysler 151

December 17, 2019

December 17, 2019 (11:59 PM)

January 15, 2019 (11:59 PM)

February 15, 2019

12-2:30 PM
1180 Duderstadt

February 15, 2019 (11:59 PM)

May – August

February 4, 2018   

February 4, 2019  

(11:59 PM)

March 12, 2019 (11:59 PM)

April 24, 2019

Time: TBD
Location: TBD


Other travel dates

Please contact Emily Aiken ( as soon as possible if your group plans to schedule travel outside of Spring Break or Spring/Summer terms

Partnering With An NGO Overseas

If you’re planning on creating a new partnership abroad consider these resources available to guide you through the process.  

Selecting Safe Housing Abroad 

Going to a new culture presents a variety of challenges. One of these is knowing how to select safe housing as there are many details to consider.

IPE’s Research Guide Library

Visit the Research Guide for various resources for planning your travel. 

CHECK YOURSELF – Community Engagement Abroad

Resource from the Ginsberg Center on thoughtful community engagement.