Would you like to study abroad during your time at Wooster? You’ve come to the right place!
Click here to learn what steps the College is taking to ensure safe off-campus study experiences in light of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Here’s how to start the process:
GEO Virtual Learning Opportunities
GEO 101 Sessions
GEO 101 sessions are mandatory, introductory sessions covering the basics of how studying off-campus works. They will teach you about program options, financial aid, credit transfer, and so much more.
Session are led by Global Peer Advisors who have recently returned from studying abroad.
GEO 101 Sessions are held:
Monday – Friday from 11:10-11:50am in Longbrake D, Andrews Library
Make an Appointment
Candace and Jamie are the two advisors for the Global Engagement Office (GEO). Who you meet with depends on the area of study you wish to focus on during your Global Engagement Experience.
Candace Chenoweth – Director of the Global Engagement Office
- STEM students
- Make an appointment with Candace
Jamie Adler – Assistant Director of the Global Engagement Office
- Arts, Humanities, Social Sciences, or Language
- Peace Corps Prep Program
- Make an appointment with Jamie
Start an Application
Go to our Application Database to start searching for programs!
Fit a Study Abroad program into your Wooster Education
GEO’s Study Abroad Course Guide can help you figure out how specific programs will fit into your major, or best suit your interests. (Coming Soon)
The Global Engagement Office provides College of Wooster students with the opportunity to participate in compelling off-campus study experiences that are academically challenging, professionally relevant, and personally engaging. Programs are designed to enable students to enrich their general education, acquire discipline-specific global competencies, acquire foreign language skills, and understand and respect the beliefs and perspectives held by others. Students can obtain an appreciation for cultural diversity and develop cultural intelligence. Through reflection, they may also gain clarity about personal values and future goals.
College of Wooster students who participate in off-campus study come to understand our world as an increasingly complex web of connections and interdependencies – a world in which our choices and actions may have repercussions for people and communities locally, nationally, or globally. They think deeply about what is equitable and just and are prepared for a lifetime of global engagement.
For more background on this definition of global engagement go to: http://www.ideas-forum.org.uk/
1. To maintain a menu of dynamic, relevant, and rigorous off-campus study experiences.
2. To assist all students with identifying the off-campus study program that best meets their academic, personal, and professional needs.
3. To assist students underrepresented among the U.S. college population with access to off-campus study experiences.
4. To empower students to design and utilize strategies to maximize learning from off-campus study experiences.
5. To encourage students to explore global citizenship as a means of developing cultural intelligence and understanding their place in the world.
6. To support faculty in implementing TREK programs and research and internship opportunities for students.