60% of students study abroad before they graduate

Courses across various disciplines help create distinct experiences so all students have an opportunity to navigate the globe.

Calling all Engineers! Spend the spring semester of your sophomore year in faculty-led programs in Madrid, Spain, and Bonn, Germany. Engineering students are strongly encouraged to study abroad. The programs are fully integrated with the engineering curricula and allow students to stay on schedule to graduate in four years. 

interim trips are calling!

Here’s a sampling of a few:

  • London and Dublin Theater
  • German Language and Culture Summer Immersion Program in Bonn, Germany
  • Geology from A(Arches) to Z(Zion): The Geology of National Parks in the Western United States
  • Iceland: Geology and Natural History of a Young Island
  • Global Senegal: Alternative Modalities
  • From Plate to Plate, Terroir and the Geology and Agriculture of Food in Italy
  • Journey to Rome: Approaching and Exploring the Eternal City
  • Greek Stories/Stories about Greece
  • Social and Ethical Aspects of Healthcare in the U.S. and U.K.

Office of International and Off Campus Education connects students to the study abroad program suitable to you.  Learn more.

Global Initiative

  • The Global Cities Initiative features panels, presentations, speakers, films, performances, and exhibits that focus on global cities.
  • The Robert ‘69 and Margaret Pastor Lecture brings some of the most innovative thinkers and practitioners here to speak, including Jimmy Carter, Lakhdar Brahimi, and Kris Manjapra.
  • Assante Fund for Honors Research Travel supports independent travel for honors thesis research with priority placed on projects for which the research addresses current developmental, economic, educational, environmental, political, social, or other related issues at the destination.

Co-curricular experiences are gateways to new places.