Ellora Bultema ’20 visited the Sanctuary of Truth, known for its intricate wood carvings
Yearning to see the world? You’ve come to the right place!
Do you want to spend May Term in Spain? Spring Term in Korea? Or your junior year in Sweden? Our Office of Off-Campus Study can find the right placement for you almost anywhere in the world. We will help you research and select an academically appropriate program, furnish orientation opportunities, support you while you're abroad and offer opportunities to process your experience after you return.
Sarah Reilly ’21 (left) and
Alison Dassner ’21 (right)
Two Kohawks accepted to prestigious Irish American Scholars Program
Sarah Reilly ’21 and Alison Dassner ’21 are planning to spend a term during the 2019-20 academic year across the pond. Both Coe College students were accepted to the competitive Irish American Scholars Program. Reilly and Dassner each will spend a term studying at Queen’s University Belfast.
Coe College participates in the Study USA of Northern Ireland program. This program allows Coe to host students from Northern Ireland for a term. In exchange, Northern Ireland colleges and universities offer a limited number of spots for American students to spend a term in Northern Ireland, tuition-free.
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of Coe students study off campus
options for off-campus study
domestic programs: New York, Washington DC and the Boundary Waters of northern Minnesota
Sarah Brickson ’19 visited Park Güell while taking Spanish and Hispanic culture courses
Emilio Ayala-Enriquez ’19 hiked the Black Forest as part of his IES program
Wilderness Field Station
Courses promise hands-on learning in a breathtaking landscape
Jessy Holen ’19 had the adventure of lifetime on May Term
Take in Italian history and culture during a May Term with fellow Kohawks