Want to travel and see the world? You can do that at Delta, and get college credit while you do. Every year, Delta offers study abroad opportunities.
Where: Drake Bay, Costa Rica
When: May, 2019
What: Visit the Osa Peninsula of Costa Rica at Drake Bay, the most bio diverse part of the country! On the Drake Bay, Costa Rica trip, we start the week off with a Mangrove Boat tour then move inland to a simple but authentic, family owned and run, Costa Rican Bed & Breakfast. For the first several days, we will volunteer in the local elementary school helping with various physical projects such as painting, varnishing, replacing wood slats in the floor, etc. as well as working closely with the students through crafts, skits, and English/Spanish conversation. If Spanish isn’t your strong suit, don’t worry— Tico students are excited to learn more English and prefer to speak in English with you! From there, we will visit one of Costa Rica’s natural waterfalls before heading to a gorgeous, ocean-side resort, where we will visit one of Costa Rica’s national parks and engage in some open sea snorkeling with turtles, sharks, octopus, and many different types of fish! The two credit SPA or IHU course completes the CEP requirement for graduation and also carries the Sustainable and Service-Learning designation.
Cost: $2000 (estimate)
Included: Flight, lodging and all food
NOT included: Course tuition and fees, passport fees and personal expenses. Tuition and fees are eligible for financial aid. Scholarships and fundraising opportunities are available.
Course info: IHU 268 (with Honors Option) or SPA 268W and one credit in CEP 101 (which will complete the Civic Engagement General Education requirement for the A.A. and A.S. degrees). Both courses will also be designated as Sustainability courses, with the credits counting toward the Sustainability certificate.
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Where: London, England and Paris, France
When: May 14 - 21, 2019
What: Travel to London and Paris to explore the origins of psychology, science and medicine and earn academic credit in humanities or social science.
Cost: $3,175 (payment plans, scholarships and fundraising opportunities available)
Included: 8 days/7 nights, round-trip flight, land transportation, lodging, full-time tour director, travel insurance, daily continental breakfast, 3 local dinners, and entrances into the following sites: Freud Museum, Wellcome Collection, Jack the Ripper tour, Down House, Bethlem Royal Hospital Museum, Louvre, Notre Dame Cathedral, Dupuytren Museum, Sacre Coeur, Museum of the History of Medicine.
NOT included: Free time activities, tips, meals (except where specified), personal expenses, passport fees and course tuition fees. Students should budget at least $500 for spending money on the trip.
How to pay for your trip: A $95 non-refundable deposit is required to reserve your spot on the trip. You will be emailed the link to register online once your application is approved by the trip leaders and individualized payment plans will be set up through EF College Study Tours. Contact a faculty trip leader for a study abroad application.
Course info: IHU 268W or SSI 268W for the Winter 2019 semester. Attendance is required at all course meeting dates.
Where: Portugal and Spain
When: May 13-24, 2019
What: Come join students, faculty, staff, and community members on an 11-day adventure to Portugal and Spain as you learn about biological and business aspects of this diverse area. Portugal played a key role during the Age of Exploration, and in Lisbon see the Tower of Belem and Jeronimos Monastery, you can see the spot where sailors set off on their daring adventures. Take a walking tour of Seville, the cathedrals and Alcázar show the city’s multi-layered past. In Madrid visit the Royal Palace and historic Plaza Mayor the site of bullfights, royal weddings, and public executions. In Barcelona visit Barcelona Cathedral and Park Güell. Barcelona is a European hub for tourism, architecture, and sports.
Cost: $3,569 (estimate)
Included: Round trip airfare; In country transfers to and from the airport, hotel, and between destination cities (as per program itinerary); Overnight in hotels with private bathrooms, breakfast daily, select Lunch and Dinners, planned excursion entrance fees, Tour Director.
NOT included: Course tuition and fees, passport fees, customary gratuities, porterage, travel insurance, select meals, transportation to free time activities and personal expenses. Tuition and fees are eligible for financial aid. Scholarships and fundraising opportunities are available.
It's always helpful to get your passport early to make sure there aren't any problems. You don't want to run into a problem at the last minute that could keep you from the experience of a lifetime.
You may earn credits for studying abroad! Trip credits may vary - talk to the trip advisor for more information.
82 participants traveled abroad last year!
Financial aid is available to help with the costs of studying abroad.
"This trip has provided me with a strong sense of respect for other cultures, and a desire to want to travel to see more people."
Traveled to Costa Rica, April 2016