Tuition discount makes study abroad more affordable for eligible students

Make this summer one for the books by applying to study abroad in one of three faculty-led trips that still have a few slots available. The university's Spring/Summer Tuition Break allows undergrads to qualify for a 30 percent tuition discount toward spring/summer classes, including study abroad.

Applications are being accepted by the Office of Study Abroad and Global Programs for trips to Poland (May 9-24), Central Europe (July 2-15) and Italy (July 13-Aug. 10).

The faculty-led trips provide students the opportunity to study and gain global perspectives on business, languages and other cultures. Travel details and pricing vary, so learn more online:

  • A Survey of Polish Culture, May 9-24
  • Central Europe: Global Business Experience, July 2-15
  • Italy: Wayne in Abruzzo, July 13 to Aug. 10
  • To be eligible for the tuition discount, students must be on track to complete 24 credits between Fall 2016 and Winter 2017, and have a cumulate grade-point average of at least 2.5 at the end of Fall 2016. Learn more at

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