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Passport Fair

Need to apply for or renew a passport? The Center for Global Education, in collaboration with the Bethlehem Post Office will be hosting a Passport Fair on campus TBA. This event is open to students, faculty, staff, and their families! 

REGISTRATION IS REQUIRED for anyone applying for a new passport (link will be available in late January). Registration is NOT required for passport renewals.

Before you register, please make sure you have all of the required documentation. In order to apply for a passport, you must bring the following to your appointment: 

  1. Original birth certificate and photocopy of birth certificate are required. Birth certificates must have BOTH parents' names listed and must be State issued with a raised seal (hospital birth announcements are not accepted). Birth certificate will be submitted with the passport application. 
  2. Photocopies of the front and back of your Driver's License. 
  3. Completed (but not signed!) application ( The application can be typed or written in BLACK INK. Do not print double sided. DO NOT SIGN FORM UNTIL CLERK IS PRESENT.
  4. Official Passport Photos are needed and can be taken during the fair for a $15 charge, or you can bring your own. 
  5. Payment: Personal check or money order is required for EACH application. Please note: Postal fees will be paid separately. 

Fees (subject to change): 

  • Processing Fee - $35/application (check payable to US Postal Service)
  • Passport book age 16+, $110; Passport card $30
  • Passport book age 15 & under, $80; Passport card $15

Additional information for minors:

  1. All children applying for a passport MUST be present during application process
  2. Both parents MUST be present for minors under 16. One parent MUST accompany 16 and 17 year olds.
  3. Children under 16 must have copies of both parents' Driver's Licenses.

Please note: All forms and photocopies must be single-sided.

Register for an appointment as soon as possible (Link will be available in late January). If there are no more available appointments, please email to be put on a waitlist. 

Reminder: If you are eligible to renew your passport by mail and would like to stop by to get your passport photo taken and mail your application, you DO NOT need an appointment, but please email so we know when you'll stop by. 

Questions? Email 

Colombia group

"How Living Abroad Helps You Develop a Clearer Sense of Self"

Harvard Business Review | Hajo Adam, Otilia Obodaru, Jackson G. Lu, William Maddux, and Adam Galinsky

"In today’s increasingly globalized world, more and more people are choosing to live, work and study abroad—and this trend appears to be a good thing: social science studies have shown that international experiences can enhance creativity, reduce intergroup bias, and promote career success."

Interested in studying abroad?  Email to find out how to make study abroad part of your Moravian University experience. 

Mike gallo in colombia

Adventures in Colombia

with Michael Gallo ('19)

Michael Gallo studied abroad in Colombia last May Term. Hear about his experience and learn more about how you can study abroad in Colombia!

When: Tuesday, September 12, 2017 from 7-8:30pm
Where: Snyder Room in the HUB

Colombian-style snacks will be provided! 

Interested in studying abroad in Colombia? Email with any questions. 

"Studying Abroad in Reading, England: Pubs, Trains, and other Culture Shocks"

by Emily Anderson

Student Emily Anderson studied abroad in Reading, England, in Spring 2017, and recently wrote an article about her experience for The Comenian

Read Emily's story here

Interested in studying abroad? Email to find out how to make study abroad part of your Moravian University experience. 


Reflections on Study Abroad in Ghana

Presentation with Kendra Kramer & Crystal Bork

Moravian college students Kendra Kramer and Crystal Bork spent the winter term in Ghana studying African drumming and dance in 2018. They shared their experiences and and what they learned about studying abroad in Africa.

Sponsors: Office of International Studies, Africana Studies, Music Department

Kramer and Bork are music majors and went to Ghana with ThisWorldMusic, an organization founded in 2007 which offers hands-on cultural learning experiences related to music and the arts.