"Studying abroad not only opened me up to a new understanding of the world outside of the US but also gave me a better understanding of myself and my skill set to adapt and thrive in a new environment.”
– Simone McCreary ‘22, BS Business Administration with a minor in Asian studies
At the Center for International Education, we know that study abroad has the power to transform lives. There are many opportunities for you to experience study-travel outside of the United States. These include:
Fall or spring semester programs through a partner university or external program
Short-term winter or summer programs (2-8 weeks)
Faculty-led study travel programs (7-10 days)
The study abroad office works closely with each student to find the best program based on cost, academic requirements, personal interests, and professional goals. Some programs are less expensive than spending a semester on campus, and we have a number of informational documents for parents linked to this page.
The study abroad staff are here to help you figure out which program is best for you and help you with the application process.
It's never too early to start planning your study abroad experience, so please come to the study abroad office (Sullivan Building 114) to talk to a study abroad advisor or peer mentor, come to our next Study Abroad 101 session, or stop by an information table on campus.