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Spend a semester in Washington, D.C., surrounded by the sights and sounds of the nation's capital.
You'll intern in a cross-cultural setting for a government office, a nonprofit or a business on the National Mall or elsewhere around this multicultural city and seat of government. You'll have a chance to interact with people from all different nationalities and walks of life.
Attend a Congressional committee meeting or a demonstration and write about experiences and the people you meet. Tour the Pentagon, U.S. Capitol building and the White House and see history in the making.
You'll also earn Susquehanna credit taking a variety of classes related to the history and culture of Washington, D.C., and the United States.
About SU in Washington, D.C.
Where you'll study: Lutheran College Washington Semester
Courses: A variety of courses in business, communications, political science and more
Housing: Apartment-style housing
Costs: Normal Susquehanna tuition, including all loans and scholarships plus Lutheran College Washington Semester enrollment fee
Benefits: Get professional experience in a cross-cultural setting while living in the nation's capital