Cayuga Community College offers domestic and international travel-study programs.
Financial aid, in the form of loans, may be available for these programs to those who qualify. Travel-study courses may be taken for credit or on an audit basis.
NATIVE AMERICAN CULTURE (FLORIDA)
Interdisciplinary Study in Native American Culture and Education (INT 239) is a three-credit service learning/travel study course offered yearly. It is a hybrid course; the on-line component of the course begins in October with travel to Florida during the January Intersession. Cultural and educational components include: Seminole Reservations and schools, Everglades Swamp Safari, museums, and more.
Online study starts October 5, 2015 and ends December 11, 2015;
Travel to Florida is January 9-15, 2016
Each January during intersession, the College offers several intensive travel-study courses in London. Offerings may include courses in art, business, criminal justice, health care, history, literature, media, philosophy, psychology, sociology, theatre, and other disciplines. Students will visit renowned landmarks as they explore historic and current topics of interest. Lectures and cultural, educational and recreational tours round out each London program.
January 1 – January 13, 2016LEARN MORE