After all fall study abroad programs were canceled, Butler students planning to go abroad in the spring are encouraged to stay positive as the faculty and staff work together to make a decision.
Butler’s Center for Global Education made decision to cancel study abroad programs based on CDC and U.S. State Department travel advisories, countries’ limited border access.
Study abroad students have returned home and will now take classes online due to the coronavirus pandemic.
The university is strongly recommending that students studying abroad in Italy return to the U.S. The coronavirus outbreak has also impacted some students’ spring break travel plans.
Students share their unique college career choices and how they manage to graduate on time.
The Center for Global Education held an “Unpacking Your Study Abroad Experience” event where students could share their stories from abroad.
Lydia Ochs, junior political science major, interns full time as part of Butler’s Washington D.C. Learning Semester.
Studying abroad is a big undertaking. Flights can be delayed or missed and alarms don’t wake you up. Once students get to their destination, classes only take up a small percentage of time and the weekends become jaunts to other countries.
The Butler New York City Learning Semester provides students with a unique off campus environment similar to the Washington DC Semester.
Students will travel across Europe with Butler students and Butler faculty members. Deadline for application is April 20.