Provide clean water to people in the Caribbean. Teach English in Shanghai. Challenge your worldview in Namibia. That’s just a small sampling of the faculty-led field studies on tap for summer 2019.
On 2017’s field study to the Dominican Republic, a group of students hike through the jungle learning how to install water-filtration systems developed by chemistry professor Pedro Bernal. Photo by Scott Cook.
During the 2018-19 academic year, Rollins students will have the opportunity to grow as global citizens through more than 90 study-abroad programs. In fact, from Argentina to Australia and Uganda to Vietnam, Rollins’ Office of International Programs will offer a global experience in virtually every corner of the world.
It’s little wonder then that the College is ranked in the top 10 among master’s-granting institutions for the percentage of undergraduates who study abroad. While Tars can choose from dozens of semester-long programs and alternative breaks, the field studies that our faculty and staff will lead next summer surely rank among the most original international experiences you’ll find not only at Rollins but at any college in the world.