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Passport Fair

Need to apply for a passport? The Office of International Studies, in collaboration with the Bethlehem Post Office, will be hosting a Passport Fair on campus. 

  When: Tuesday, February 6, 2018 | 10am-3pm (by appointment only)

  Where: Air Products Room in the HUB

Registration is now open for students, faculty, and staff! Register at: 

You must complete the application and bring specific documents with you to your appointment. To see what you need to bring, visit the Event Page

Passports are by appointment only. Passport renewals DO NOT need appointments.

Email with any questions. 


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? Check out the online brochure for the Colombia program and apply online! 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?  Look through our list of available programs, and email to find out how to make study abroad part of your Moravian College experience. 


Reflections on Study Abroad in Ghana


Moravian college students Kendra Kramer and Crystal Bork spent the winter term in Ghana studying African drumming and dance. Join them for a presentation on their experience and learn about studying abroad in Africa.

  When: Monday, April 17 from 11.45am to 1pm

  Where: UBC room in the HUB

  Lunch: West African cuisine

  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.