Honors Study Abroad Opportunities

***Please note: In order to receive Honors credits, students must do the Honors section***

Program At-a-Glance

WHEN: May 20 - June 9, 2018 (weekly group meetings will be held on-campus during the March-May)
NOTE: Participants will take a group flight to Zambia that departs the U.S. on May 18 to arrive in Livingstone on May 20, 2018.

CREDIT:  All committed students will be registered for E 352A: Reading and Writing: the Zambia Experience (3 credits) through CSU's Division of Continuing Education. All tuition and program charges will be billed at the start of the summer term.

COST: See Budget Sheet for details.  The program fee includes round-trip international airfare from Denver to Livingstone, most in-country meals, lodging, and transportation, community service project costs, some excursions, medical insurance, program supervision and administration.  Students may have some personal costs or additional meals while in country. 

SCHOLARSHIPS: Applicants for this program are eligible for the Zambia Community Education and Health Scholarship (deadline to apply: January 20), as well as scholarships through the Office of International Programs and The Lauren Project grant. Pell grant recipients may also apply for the Benjamin A Gilman Scholarship.

PROGRAM LEADER: Ashley Davies, Instructor, Department of English at Colorado State University. 

ELIGIBILITY REQUIREMENTS: Minimum 2.5 GPA. Instructor approval. Good disciplinary standing. Open to all undergraduate (sophomore and above) and graduate students.

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Program At-a-Glance

WHEN: May 22 to June 26, 2018 (depart the U.S. May 21 to arrive in London on May 22)

CREDITS: All committed students will be registered for 3 credits (HONR 392, HONR 492, E 342 or E343): Shakespeare in Oxford (3 credits) through CSU's Division of Continuing Education. Students will also take a tutorial (3 credits) with Oxford-affiliated faculty members as transfer credit. Students will receive 6 credits total. All tuition and program charges will be billed at the start of the summer term.

COST: See Budget Sheet for details.  The program fee includes tuition, lodging, international medical and evacuation insurance, excursions, some on-site transportation, and faculty support.  Program fees do not include international airfare, meals, passport, books, and personal spending money.

SCHOLARSHIPS: Applicants for this program are eligible for scholarships through the Office of International Program and the Honors Enrichment Award (February 20 deadline). 

PROGRAM LEADER: Dr. Aparna Gollapudi, Associate Professor of English at Colorado State University and affiliate of the University Honors Program.

ELIGIBILITY REQUIREMENTS: Applicant must be either be a student in the University Honors Program or English majors/minors with a minimum 3.2 GPA.  Instructor Approval. Good disciplinary standing. Pre-requisites per course are required.

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Program At-a-Glance

WHEN: May 22 to June 26, 2018 (depart the U.S. May 21 to arrive in London on May 22)

CREDITS: All committed students will be registered for 3 credits (HONR 392, HONR 492, E 342 or E343): Shakespeare in Oxford (3 credits) through CSU's Division of Continuing Education. Students will also take a tutorial (3 credits) with Oxford-affiliated faculty members as transfer credit. Students will receive 6 credits total. All tuition and program charges will be billed at the start of the summer term.

COST: See Budget Sheet for details.  The program fee includes tuition, lodging, international medical and evacuation insurance, excursions, some on-site transportation, and faculty support.  Program fees do not include international airfare, meals, passport, books, and personal spending money.

SCHOLARSHIPS: Applicants for this program are eligible for scholarships through the Office of International Program and the Honors Enrichment Award (February 20 deadline). 

PROGRAM LEADER: Dr. Aparna Gollapudi, Associate Professor of English at Colorado State University and affiliate of the University Honors Program.

ELIGIBILITY REQUIREMENTS: Applicant must be either be a student in the University Honors Program or English majors/minors with a minimum 3.2 GPA.  Instructor Approval. Good disciplinary standing. Pre-requisites per course are required.

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Program At-a-Glance

WHEN:  July 1 to August 5, 2018. (Depart the U.S. on June 30)

CREDITS: All committed students will be registered for SPCM 370A: Bridging Cultures: Italy-USA (3 credits) and/or SPCM 470A: Cinematic Rome (3 credits), through CSU's Division of Continuing Education.  Students have the option of taking 3 OR 6 credits for this CSU program. It is not required to do both. All tuition and program charges will be billed at the start of the summer term.

COST: See Budget Sheet for details.  The program fee includes tuition and fees six credit hours through CSU Online, lodging, programmed excursions, international medical and evacuation insurance, some meals, on-site transportation, and faculty support.  Program fees do not include international airfare, passport, books and supplies, most meals and personal spending money.  Students are eligible to use federal financial aid for this program if taking the full 6 credits.

SCHOLARSHIPS: Applicants for this program are eligible for scholarships through the Office of International Programs. As part of the Common Scholarship Application, applicants can also be considered for the Communication Studies Education Abroad Scholarship

PROGRAM LEADERS: Dr. Carl Burgchardt, Professor, Communication Studies, Colorado State University and Dr. Julia Khrebtan-Hoerhager, Assistant Professor, Communication Studies, Colorado State University.

ELIGIBILITY REQUIREMENTS: Minimum 2.5 GPA. Instructor approval. Good disciplinary standing. Open to all majors. Students from other institutions are welcome to apply.

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