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    AY 2019-20 Blocks

    A range of CC courses are taught off-campus during each academic year. Students register for blocks off-campus during preregistration for each upcoming semester. Talk to the professor(s) teaching the course to get COI to register!  See list of courses below.

    How to Apply: Colorado College offers a wide and varying selection of blocks taught off-campus every year. Admission requirements for each block may be handled differently, so interested students should contact the professor or department who is offering the course for any application/interview requirements. Consent of Instructor (COI) is required for enrollment in block abroad courses and COI is given by the professor(s) teaching the course.  

    Once you have been accepted into the course by the professor(s) you can enroll in the course on Banner.

    Following your acceptance into the block through the professor's procedures, you will complete basic forms on the Summit website for the CC Center for Global Education.

    Financial Aid for AY Blocks Off-Campus: If you receive need-based aid at the College and wish to apply for an award towards the program fee for a block off-campus, there is a separate timeline for that application process (not during pre-reg). See Billing and Finances for more information, including eligibility and how to apply for aid.

    Academic Year (AY) Blocks Taught Off-Campus 2019-20

    Below are the courses that CC professors are teaching off-campus during the 2019-20 academic year. There is no additional tuition charge for blocks during the academic year but there is an additional program fee that varies by class and location. The program fee covers travel costs such as lodging, excursions, entry tickets, etc. It is your responsibility to understand exactly what is included in the program fee and what is not—see information below, and check with your professor if you have questions on specific details. If the program fee does not include airfare and all meals, the total expected cost of the course is listed below the fee. 

    BlockCourse Title and NumberInstructorAll College RequirementsProgram Fee
    1: France -Paris

    AH275/HY200: Paris on a Precipice

    Ragan & Murray

    Social Inequality

    $3,600

    Expected Total: $5,600

    2: Greece

    CO200/EN360: Landscape, Monuments, & Myths Hughes Social Inequality

    $3,050

    Expected Total: $5,100

    2: USA - Borderlands

    SO257: Globalization and Immigration on US- Mexican Border Popkin

     $1,800 (Includes meals and airfare)

    2: France -Paris

    PH205: French Philosophy Lee & McEnnerney

    $3,850

    Expected Total: $6,185

    2: Italy - Sorrento

    CL260/FGS206: Gender & Sexuality in Antiquity

    Thakur Social Inequality

    $2,950

    Expected Total: $4,200

    3: Greece CL220/FGS220/CO200: Myth and Meaning Thakur

    Social Inequality

    Global Cultures

    $2,500

    Expected Total: $4,200

    3: Italy - Florence

    PY178: Gazing in Italy

    Roberts

    $3,325

    Expected Total: $5,500

    3: USA - Chicago PY263/CO200: Contemporary Psychoanalysis Riker & Dobson

    $2,250

    Expected Total: $3,700

    4: Germany - Luneburg

    MU397: In the Footsteps of Bach

    Ben-Amots & Grace

     

    $3,250

    Expected Total: $5,250

    4: Italy- Rome

    RE200/ HY200 Martyrs & Saints

    Reaves 

    $3,600

    5: Patagonia BE389: Ecology & Biogeography of Patagonia Snyder & Linkhart

     

    $6000 (Includes meals and airfare)

    5: Guatemala EC425: The Coffee Making Challenge Mann

    $2,500

    5: USA - Chicago HY410: Senior Seminar Kohout

    $1,800 (Includes meals and airfare)

    6: Ecuador - Galapagos BE440: Special Topics in Organismal Biology & Ecology: Following the Footsteps of Darwin: Ecology & Evolution in the Galapagos Islands & Cloud Forests of Ecuador Ebersole

     

    $4,960 (Includes meals and airfare)

    7: Greece CO200/EN280: Topics in Comparative Literature: The Art of Living: Greek Literature, Ancient and Modern Mason & Hughes

    $2,340

    Expected Total: $4,400

    8: Italy - Abruzzo

    IT320: Topics in Italian Culture: Gusto: Italian Food as Art, Culture, and Tradition

    Minervini

    $4,200

    Expected Total: $4,800

    8: Spain AS203: Advanced Drawing Swider

    $3,700

    Expected Total: $5,000

    8: England  EC385: The Industrial Revolution in London Redmount & Kapuria-Foreman

    $3,500

    Meals: students who have a Bon Appetit meal plan during the semester in which they enroll in a block off-campus will receive a one-block meal plan refund which can be used for meals abroad.  The amount of the refund depends on the meal plan they chose for the semester.  All students who have a meal plan and enroll in a course off-campus will receive the refund, even if the program fee includes some meals.  

    CC Programs With Two-Block Option

    BlocksProgram TitleInstructorProgram Fee

    1 & 2 -or-

    3 & 4

    CC Semester in Lüneburg

    Davis, Steckenbiller, & Lisiecki

    See the cost information sheet.

    1 & 2 -or-

    3 & 4

    CC Semester in Latin America

    Lomas, Hernandez-Lemus, Marinescu, & Wood

    See the cost information sheet.

    5 & 6 -or-

    7 & 8

    CC Semester in France

    O'Riley & Wade

    TBD

    7 & 8

    CC in Russia Program Nikolskaya & Pavlenko

    TBD

    7 & 8

    CC in China Program Jiang

    TBD

    *Meals: students who have a Bon Appetit meal plan during the semester in which they enroll in two blocks off-campus will receive a two-block meal plan refund which can be used for meals abroad.  The amount of the refund depends on the meal plan they chose for the semester.  All students who have a meal plan and enroll in a course off-campus will receive the refund, even if the program fee includes some meals. See each specific program's cost breakdown for more information on the meal plan refund.