CCRI offers a study abroad program through the College Consortium for International Studies. This program provides students the opportunity to study in one of more than 25 countries on six continents to enhance their educational experience through exposure to new cultures and educational systems. A study abroad experience can be a path to self-reliance, independent thinking, and valuable job skills.
The consortium consists of two- and four-year public and private colleges and universities (some of which are sponsors) that cooperate to offer students study abroad opportunities each year. A wide range of academic programs is offered. Except for language studies, most courses are taught in English. All programs are accredited and approved by the college and the consortium. Study abroad programs are available for a semester, full-year or summer.
For more information, call Deborah Notarianni-Girard, Ph.D. at 401-825-2254 or visit the World Languages and Cultures website.
Students may be eligible for financial aid. Call 401-825-2468 for more information.