Students are encouraged to meet Global Education requirements through study abroad programs or other international experiences. Study abroad or travel classes with a “G” designation may be used to as part of the global module, and some sections of GL 425 include field experiences. Opportunities range from short spring break trips to semester-long residential courses.
Students who are interested in travel opportunities should speak with Study Abroad Advisor:
Office: 2nd floor, Center for Service and Civic Engagement
“My time in Colombia gave me insight into a vivid, thriving culture that I still hold dear to my heart. I became a Colombian while I was down there and continue to feel a deep sense of admiration for that magical place.” – Carly P.
Students pressing sugar cane in the Monteverde cloud forest region of Costa Rica.