Off Campus Study
Over 80% of Colorado College students will study off-campus for academic credit at least once during their undergraduate education here.
Off-campus study is an academic endeavor that can add perspective, challenge, and insight into any area of study at Colorado College, for all majors and minors. With proper advance planning, all students should be able to study off-campus, and we offer programs around the world, both domestically and internationally.
Students may start considering how off-campus study can fit in to their Colorado College education as early as freshman year. You may contact our offices (Armstrong Hall 213-217) is happy to make advising appointments to discuss specific concerns, ideas, and goals, working in conjunction with advising from a student’s own academic advisor, who can be useful in defining what academic goals a student is hoping to meet through their off-campus study experience.
Off-campus study is accessible to students of all levels of financial need, because financial aid from Colorado College will follow students on all off-campus study options approved by the college, in equal percentage to funding that is available while students are here on-campus. We encourage all students to explore the possibilities of off-campus study programs.
We look forward to working with you on your off-campus study experience!
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Director of International Programs
- Faculty-led blocks off-campus (primary)
- Semester programs off-campus
International Student Specialist
- F-1 immigration advising
- J-1 immigration advising
- Faculty-led blocks off-campus (secondary)