SAU joins a national movement to double the number of students who study abroad.
Living with a host family in Spain gave Erika an insider's view of life in Seville.
The Biology in the Alps course allowed Amber to experience the French culture while traveling with other Ambrose students.
Studying abroad in Spain and France this summer enabled Amy to pursue her interest in Spanish language, science, and physical activity.
As a future teacher, Claire gained long-term career benefits by stepping out of her comfort zone in Ecuador.
When deciding to study abroad, Catherine was persuaded by the fact that her favorite professor was leading the course.
Interning in New Zealand gave Jackie a chance to gain work experience and explore the world of J.R.R. Tolkien – all in one summer!
Studying abroad taught Laura that it's important to try new things in life, meet new people, and see other parts of the world.
At St. Mary's University in London, Lindsey felt like she was home even though she was 4,000 miles away.
The best part of studying abroad for Mary was meeting new friends from all over the world.