Study Abroad and Off Campus Study | Currently Enrolled Students

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Trinity students have studied on every continent except Antarctica, and every semester finds students in over 30 different countries. The study abroad experience is a process of preparing to go abroad, studying abroad, and returning from abroad. We believe that learning takes place at every stage and often continues for many years after a student returns to the United States. It is therefore important the Study Abroad program supports students and their families at every step - helping students through the process of selecting and applying to a program or foreign institution, answering questions and providing assistance while abroad, and coordinating the student's return and adjustment back to the campus and the United States. The information below will help you to begin the process and tell you what to expect along the way.

Intent Form - Students who want to study abroad for a semester must declare that intention in the fall semester of the previous year.

Opportunities for Studying Abroad - The Study Abroad Advisors will assist you in identifying your best options, but this page will give you a glimpse of the different possibilities.

Steps to go Abroad - It's as easy as 1, 2, 3, and you will have help at every step.

Where can I go? - View a Google map of the places where students have recently studied.

Make an Appointment - After attending a "First Steps Presentation" (see Step 2 above) you are ready to make an appointment. Click here for instructions.

Abroad 101 - Read Study Abroad reviews from students from colleges across the world.

International Students Studying Abroad - Many International Students choose to include Study Abroad in their degrees.

Study Abroad Classes - Trinity offers optional classes for students preparing to go abroad and for those just returning.

Trinity student Katherine Garrett tries her best to push up the Leaning Tower of Pisa in Italy.