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With the cross-cultural component of a Susquehanna education, you’ll go far. Unless you decide to stay close. Whether near or far, all SU students GO off-campus for cross-cultural learning and reflection at some point during their four years.
Susquehanna’s distinctive cross-cultural program is called GO (Global Opportunities). You could GO Long with a semester-length program. Or you could GO Short (two weeks or more) and participate in a short-term experience.
GO Long opportunities include programs around the globe. Sites in South America, Europe, Southeast Asia and Australia are popular among Susquehanna students.
If you choose to GO Short, you might try The Chinese Scholar, where you'll study calligraphy, photography, music and tai chi, as well as learn about the Chinese commitment to cultural connection that has spanned more than 5,000 years. Closer to home is GO North, a program that takes students to Fort Albany, Canada, to discover the culture of the isolated Mushkegowuk Cree community.
With GO, you’ll be able to transform powerful off-campus experiences into profound discovery and personal growth through critical reflection with a faculty member upon your return.
Get an introduction to Susquehanna's unique cross-cultural program. Learn more about short-term, semester-length and custom-designed options. Where in the world will you GO?