This is an exciting time, one of which you will learn a great deal not only about other cultures and peoples, but also about yourself. You will have the opportunity to familiarize yourself with local cultures and traditions and develop a deeper understanding of global citizenship. In addition, realize that you are distinguishing yourself among an elite few in the United States. Only 1% of the United States higher education student population studies abroad. International experience, global awareness and foreign language skills are very important qualities to have in this new century and are very important qualities that employers are looking for.
Think about studying in Florence, Italy during Fall, 2015 - Informational Brochure
For more information, please contact Dr. Lyn Neylon at 619-660-4241.
Financial aid is available for students who are eligible; please contact Kathy Lazo at Southwestern College, as she is the financial aid adviser for this program (firstname.lastname@example.org). Students must apply for financial aid at Southwestern College, as it is the host college for this program. Each student must fill out a FAFSA form to be eligible for financial aid. As of January 1, 2011 these forms were made available. Students should complete them as soon as possible in order to receive maximum benefits.
"Travel is fatal to bigotry, racism and narrow mindedness,"
-- Mark Twain
Last Updated: 03/11/2015