Select Winterim Travel Course Application Deadlines Extended to Nov. 1 (click on travel course title to go to application page):
- Education & Culture through Service in the Ecuadorian Andes (ED 350 / SL 101)
- From Folk Healers to Pharmacies: A Study in Herbal Medicines and Remedies (CHEM 206)
- Rebuilding 'The Big Easy' through Service (IS 475 / MGT 440)
- Understanding the Navajo: History, Culture, and Traditions (HSR 250)
The Office of International and Off-Campus Study helps students engage in global, credit-bearing experiences that directly enhance Stevenson's mission to prepare students with the competence and confidence needed to address creatively the opportunities and problems facing their communities, the nation, and the world.
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Students interested in "SU in" or SU Affiliate programs should complete the Interest Profile, which includes the 'IOCS 101' presentation (formerly the International & Off-Campus Study Information Session). Students applying to a SU Travel Course can proceed directly to the application.
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