Susan Thompson Buffett Foundation (STBF) Study Abroad Request Form
  • The request form should be completed after you have been accepted into a study abroad program and before the STBF deadline. 

  • Deadlines to Request Funding to Study Abroad

    • Fall term: August 1st

    • Spring term: December 1st

    • Summer term: April 1st

Pre-Study Abroad Survey
  • Complete this form after you receive approval from the STBF to use Buffett funding to study abroad. Once your form is submitted, you will meet with WHT Program Coordinator, Kari Eller (GAUN 135) before your trip abroad to review your plans and WHT requirements. To ensure that everything is in order, please log into MyPlan to schedule a meeting with Kari at least one month before you study abroad.
Post-Study Abroad Survey
  • Complete this form within the first month of your return. Once your form is submitted, you will meet with WHT Program Coordinator, Kari Eller (GAUN 135) to review your responses and make plans if needed to fulfill WHT learning community requirements missed while you were abroad. Both the form and your meeting with Kari should be completed within the first month of your return. Please log into MyPlan to schedule a meeting with Kari.
Study Abroad Workshop RSVP
  • Every semester, WHT scholars who have studied abroad share about their experiences, how they funded their study abroad trip, and are available to answer your questions. Closer to the date of the workshop, additional details may be found in the WHT Friday newsletter. Use this form to RSVPStudy Abroad Workshops count as both an academic and a life skills event!
Study Abroad Blog Post Form
  • While you are abroad, it is required for you to write one blog post per month to share about your experience. Scholars traveling for less than one month are only required to write one blog post. All blog posts should be submitted using this form. Before being posted, blogs will be reviewed by Kari Eller, WHT Program Coordinator, to ensure that blog instructions (see Blog Form) and standards are met.