March 28 to April 5, 2013
This program is only open to Long Island Campus students enrolled in the Honors Program. Informational updates will be provided throughout the fall semester. LA 201 will be built around our travel plans so that you will be able to explore the history and culture of Italy before you go. Click here for the Italy brochure.
March 30 to April 6, 2013
This program is a global service-learning opportunity. Participants will work with the residents of Sutiaba on various development projects. Students enrolled in Women Writing Resistance (ENG/SPN 370) during the spring 2013 semester will be given priority. The remaining spaces will be open to other SJC students and faculty with the professors' permission. Click here for the Nicaragua brochure.
May 17-27, 2013
This program is open to St. Joseph’s College students enrolled in S. Suzanne Franck’s courses Religion and Ecology (RS 205), Social Justice (RS 174) or Kirk Lawrence’s course Environment and Society (SOC 252), which are being offered on the Long Island Campus in spring 2013. These courses emphasize the interrelationship between humans and their environments, including the causes and consequences of environmental degradation. Click here to see the Costa Rica brochure.
May 17 to 28, 2013
This program explores the origins of the concepts of self and society in Western culture in the history and philosophy of classical Greece and Rome. Only students registered for HIS/PHI/CLA 157 during the Spring 2013 semester are eligible to participate in this program. First priority will be given to freshmen. Click here for the Greece brochure.
Road to GettysburgMay 18 to 23, 2013
This program focuses on the history of the Civil War and offers students the opportunity to visit the capitols of the Confederacy and the Union, as well as major Civil War battlefields. Only students registered for American Civil War and Reconstruction (HIS 335) during the spring 2013 semester are eligible to participate in this program. Click here for the Road to Gettysburg brochure.
May 18 to 23, 2013
This program develops knowledge of the foundational role that religion played in the formation of the United States. Only students registered for Religion in American Life (HIS/RS 112) during the spring 2013 semester are eligible to participate in this program. First priority will be given to freshmen. Click here for the Washington, D.C. brochure.
May 31 to June 29, 2013
The Alicante Study Program offers students the opportunity to earn 6 credits in Spanish while studying at the University of Alicante in Spain. During the month-long program, students will be provided home-stays in an effort to promote the acquisition of new language skills. This opportunity will also allow students to further their education through exposure to the history, art and culture of Spain. This program is open to St. Joseph’s College students. Students from other institutions may be eligible. No prior foreign language requirement needed. Click here to see the Alicante brochure.
June 5 to 14, 2013
This program is only open to Brooklyn Campus students enrolled in the Honors Program. ART 103H will be built around the program’s travel plans so that students will be able to explore the history and culture of Italy before departure. Click here for the Brooklyn Honors Italy brochure.
July 14 to August 3, 2013
This program will be conducted at Oxford University and focuses on the broader intellectual dialogue on religion and the sciences, particularly as that discourse overlaps the human quest for meaning. Preference will be given to students enrolled in PSY 330/RS 370 in the spring 2013. Click here for the Oxford University brochure.