International and Off-Campus Studies

St. Olaf College, through International and Off-Campus Studies, creates and provides programs that serve the mission of the College at sites in the United States and abroad. These programs are characterized by the integration of academic and experiential education. The experiential component of these programs amplifies and extends the liberal learning that occurs on campus and enhances students’ global perspective by helping them encounter and understand changes confronting our world in a context of global community and world citizenship.

Festive Pysanky
Festive Pysanky

By Lydia Bundy ’13 in St. Petersburg, Russia, during Term in St. Petersburg

Street Art
Street Art

By Reed Deardorff ’13 in Henningsvaer, Norway, during Scandinavian Studies in Telemark

Mysteries
Mysteries

By Kelsey Bean ’13 in Delphi, Greece, during Classical Studies in Greece

Walls of Piccolomini Library
Walls of Piccolomini Library

By Madeline Berger ’14 in Sienna, Italy,  during Italian Art in Context

The Blue Town
The Blue Town

By John Schwirtz ’14 in Chefchaouen, Morocco duringTerm in the Middle East

Solitary Prince
Solitary Prince

By Ryan Powley ’13 in Serengeti National Park, Tanzania, during Hemingway in East Africa

View from the Top
View from the Top

By Marcia Klopf ’14 in Berlin, Germany (the Reichstag), during Danish Institute for Study Abroad

Village Ganesh Festival
Village Ganesh Festival

By Michelle Logsdon ’13 in Tamil Nadu, India, during Biology in South India