Alumni & Family Travel
The pandemic taught us so many things and one is to seize the day. And study travel has always been open to the public, so grab your friends, neighbors, book club members, dog walker, or whoever is important to you (or is fun!), and join us on an educational adventure. We’ve got so many journeys ready for you and many more in the planning stages. Use the links to the right to get a sense of study travel.
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Spotlight on: Antarctica
Antarctica is remote, independent, captivating. People often visit for the wildlife but fall in love with the ice: an entire museum of colossal and magical ice forms defying description. And we’ll have our very own ice experts along: Bob Jacobel, Professor Emeritus of Physics, a researcher so acclaimed he has a glacier named for him based on the recommendation of the United States Geological Survey, and his daughter Allison Jacobel, a paleoclimatologist and Assistant Professor of Earth and Climate Sciences at Middlebury College.
Play the video to the left for a fabulous virtual journey around Antarctica.
Why St. Olaf?
St. Olaf Travel helps alumni, families, and friends of the College explore other cultures, histories, cuisines, and more. One of our goals is that in encountering other viewpoints, we will deepen our understanding of our own perspectives. Play the video to learn more.
Leading and learning abroad: A Q&A with Alumni and Family Travel leaders
St. Olaf is your travel bucket list headquarters
Five reasons to love group travel with St. Olaf
“You just cannot top this leadership … The professors … get you to places you’d never know to go to yourself.”
“The diversity of the people on the trips is just great. There are a lot of St. Olaf ties, but not necessarily… we all have a good time.”
Tree top walking (2019 Costa Rica)
Trekking to see monarchs
Monarchs in Mexico
A New Friend (2020 Morocco)
Director of Alumni and Family Travel
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