Study Abroad

Coordinator: Tory Leech
Office: North Plaza, Room 145

Studying outside the U.S. affords students the opportunity to expand their academic, cultural, and personal horizons.  Study Abroad experiences develop more informed and empathetic global citizens and create lifelong memories.  In addition, students acquire and improve "soft skills" that many employers appreciate when interviewing applicants for employment.
Study Abroad programs vary each year, so be sure to check out current opportunities on the website.