Housing & Meals:
- In the U.S.
- Double occupancy dormitory housing and meal allowances provided
- Host family housing and meals or hotel and meal allowance provided at the overseas location.
ASU Project GO provides:
- round-trip travel to and from study-abroad sites
- program-related travel during study-abroad programs
- travel to and from Phoenix, Arizona
ASU Project GO does not provide:
- support for personal travel in the U.S. or abroad
NOTE ON TRAVEL: Project GO travel is arranged by the program. All 4-week international travel will originate and terminate at Phoenix Sky Harbor airport. Travel to 8-week and 10-week programs will originate and terminate from the student's nearest U.S. international airport. Project GO will not accommodate requests for early arrival, late departure, or custom itineraries.
Students must not change the itinerary provided by Project GO. Students who do so will be removed from the program, lose their Project GO scholarship, and may be required to reimburse ASU and/or Project GO for funds expended on their behalf.
NOTE ON VISAS: If a visa is required, Project GO students receive single-entry visas for the period of the program. Requests for multiple entry, early arrival, or late departure cannot be accommodated.
NOTE ON PASSPORTS: Students must have a blue U.S. tourist passport in hand as of March 1, 2021. Applicants without passports will not be considered for the program.
NOTE ON PASSPORT EXPIRATION DATES: There for applicants with passports expiring before March, 2022 will not be considered for the program.
ASU Project GO is supported by the National Security Education Program through a grant from the Institute of International Education.
For information on Project GO at other universities, see the Project GO website.
To speak to a Project GO representative, email the ASU Project GO coordinator, Ms. Emily Hopkins, or call 480-965-4188 during Arizona business hours.
For more information on CLI, contact the Arizona State University Critical Languages Institute.