Please fill in the application form below (mandatory fields are marked by an asterisk). To submit the application for approval/disapproval or save the application to return later, click one of the appropiate buttons under APPLICATION APPROVAL/DISAPPROVAL PROCESS. Please don't use the browser back button when saving or submitting this form.
Upon submission OVPIA will ask the Dean or Associate Dean to review and approve/disapprove the application. Upon approval by the Dean or Associate Dean and OVPIA, the request for fee remission coverage will be forwarded to the IUB Budgetary Administration and Planning Office for allocation of non-resident fees for the approved undergraduate students. The form also needs to be completed and submitted to the OVPIA for graduate students. Even though the fee remission funds are already being forwarded to the IUB schools for incoming graduate students, the IUB Budgetary Administration and Planning Office needs to be aware of the incoming graduate exchange students and will generate a list of them to be used by the schools in awarding an offsetting fee remission to these students.
For questions, contact Denise Gardiner, Director of Finance and Administration, Office of the Vice President for International Affairs, Bryan Hall 104, Bloomington, IN 47405; phone: (812) 855-5021; and e-mail: email@example.com. Thank you.
View "Requesting International Student Exchange Fee Remission Coverage for IUB Schools" information:
Please note that as part of our review process OVPIA will confirm that all IU policy requirements relating to this exchange are met:
- IU has a primary exchange agreement with the partner institution, approved by OVPIA and the President.
- Your unit has a sub-agreement or an implementation plan with the partner institution which outlines the details of this exchange, approved by OVPIA.
- Your unit has received approval from the IU Overseas Study Advisory Committee (OSAC) for the IU student (outgoing) side of the exchange.
If any of the above compliance pieces are unmet or out of date, that may cause delay or disapproval of your fee remission reimbursement request.