Study Abroad at a Glance

Study Abroad at a Glance

Differences between Naropa Sponsored (Dragons), Affiliated (SIT, Living Routes) and Unaffiliated Programs

  Naropa (Bhutan Study Abroad) Naropa-Sponsored (Dragons: 4 programs) Affiliated (SIT, Living Routes: 65 programs) Unaffiliated Programs

(all other)

Credits Naropa credit Naropa credit

Consortium agreement* (60 credits is the maximum number of transfer and/or consortium credits transferable )

Student takes leave of absence
(no consortium)
Credits

Credit towards your major, minor or elective credit.


Counts toward your overall GPA.

Elective

Counts toward your overall GPA. 

Elective

Grades must be (C) or better to be accepted. However, the grade does not get calculated into your overall GPA.

No guarantee

Grades must be (C) or better to be accepted. However, the grade does not get calculated into your overall GPA.

Financial Aid

State, Federal aid, Naropa aid (scholarships/grants)

State, Federal aid, Naropa aid (scholarships/grants)

State, Federal aid only None
Program

Semester only (spring)

Semester only (fall or spring)

Semester (fall or spring), January or summer terms Depends on program
Steps Read more about the program and sign up to receive application materials when they are available on the Study Abroad in Bhutan page. Go here to read more and apply directly to Dragons. Go here to read more and apply directly to SIT/Living Routes. Visit the Dean of Undergraduate to inquire regarding your situation.

*Consortium Agreement: This means that a student will stay enrolled at Naropa (i.e. they will incur no penalty for leaving) and that a student may use their federal and state financial aid package.

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