By studying abroad, you will walk in the footsteps of famous historical figures and experience diverse cultures. You will expose yourself to new perspectives and ways of life. You will explore breathtaking museums to see firsthand the material culture of societies you studied in the classroom. You will have access to historical records and archival collections.
Imagine spending the summer in Italy, where you can walk among the ruins of ancient Rome, spending spring break in Eastern Europe learning about the region’s history, religion and culture or studying for a semester at the University of Cardiff in Wales. Our students have studied abroad in many other countries, including Turkey, Germany, England, South Africa and Australia.
There are a variety of study abroad programs with the Office of International Programs and the Department of World Languages, Literatures, and Linguistics.
For summer study abroad program in Italy, contact Dr. Matt Vester.
For the spring break trip to Eastern Europe, contact Dr. Robert Blobaum.
For the May 2017 study abroad trip to Peru, contact Dr. Michele McArdle Stephens