Ariana Stowe '13 received a Fulbright Scholarship to teach in Brazil.
Here Everyone Goes! See the World and Make a Difference
Did you know most college-bound students say they plan to study abroad but only a tiny percent actually go?
We remove the barriers to studying abroad, or in another area of the United States, that you may encounter at other colleges.
Our cross-cultural Global Opportunities (GO) study abroad program will expose you to different cultures while teaching you valuable things about yourself.
You'll try foods you've never had before. You may learn a different language, meet your new best friend or look at American culture from a new perspective. Our study abroad opportunities are unique and the value to your future is unquestionable.
Fulfill the GO requirement by participating in a traditional semester-long study abroad program or by experiencing a shorter study away trip that puts you in an unfamiliar cultural context, even one right here in the United States.
The only question is: Where do you want to GO?
Experience the world through our students' eyes
Andrew Budsock, a graduate from both the ecology and modern languages programs, was honored with two prestigious fellowships.
Holly Belkot '13 was awarded a prestigious Fulbright scholarship for 2013-14 to teach English in Macau, China.
Where We’ve Been
Win prizes for your GO photos!
Post your favorite photos to Twitter or Instagram and tag with #sugocontest. Weekly winners receive a $10 iTunes gift card and are entered to win a grand prize! Themes for fall 2015 are:
- Sept. 7: The outdoors
- Sept. 14: People
- Sept. 20: In your town/city
- Sept. 28: Wild card
- Oct. 5: With new friends
- Oct. 12: Selfie at an iconic landmark
- Oct. 26: Susquehanna gear
- Nov. 2: Historical site
- Nov. 9: Transportation
- Nov. 16: Water
- Nov. 30: Animals
- Dec. 7: Grand prize voting