Study off campus and acquire the skills and flexibility to live in an increasingly global and multicultural world.
- Add to your academic experience
- Become fluent in another language
- Develop independence, maturity, and self confidence
- Gain experience with diverse cultures
- Become more competitive for jobs and graduate school
- Start checking off your bucket list!
- Rules and Expectations for Short Academic Trips
- UNESCO - Studying Abroad
- State Department Travel Warnings and Consular Information Sheets
- National Center for Infectious Diseases Travelers' Health
- World Citizens Guide
- What's Up With Culture: An on-line Resource for Study Abroad
- Insurance Information (Does not apply to the ISEP Program)
- Scholarship Information
MC Protocol for Incidents Affecting Off Campus Programs
The coordinator of off-campus study is responsible for monitoring reports of incidents connected with off-campus programs or of wider events that may impact off-campus programs.
Examples include, but are not limited to:
- Reports of incidents involving Monmouth College students and/or staff;
- Reports of incidents involving student and/or staff at off-campus sites used by Monmouth College
- Events within a country that may impact travel to or study at an off-campus site, such as natural disasters, health or safety threats, etc.
Any member of the college community who receives from a student, parent, or other source, any information regarding such incidents is asked to share this information immediately with the coordinator, who will gather information from appropriate sources and share it with appropriate members of the college community.
If the situation warrants, the coordinator, in consultation with the Curriculum Committee sub-committee on off-campus study and other appropriate members of the college community, will make recommendations to the Dean of the Faculty and the Vice President for Finance regarding the appropriate institutional response. The Dean of the Faculty and the Vice President for Finance will ensure that the recommendations are consistent with College policies and practices.
Most Monmouth College applications are due the third Tuesday in November. For spring exchange program deadlines, check with the Off Campus Study Office at 457-2257.