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:
Mei Mei Burr, Associate VP of Academic Affairs
Office: College Hall, 202-A
These courses are offered during regular fall & spring terms as TR 130 or TR 330. Students enroll in the courses during regular semester registration and participate in the trip as scheduled during either winter break, spring break or at the end of the term (travel dates vary by trip, course and destination).
For most trips, the enrollment for travel is managed by EF tours allowing students to register early and select their preferred method of payment and payment plan.
Spring course: Paris & the Chateaux, travel March 10-18, 2018 (spring break)
“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.