Campus Life

Experiential Learning



Experience the world through abroad trips organized through the Lake Campus! These captivating, life-changing trips are filled with educational purposes, cultural experiences, and diverse cuisine. Typically occurring in the spring, these trips give students and community members the opportunity to experience different parts of the world that might otherwise go unseen.

Lake Campus students going on a trip will enroll a course which allows them to earn credit and explore financial assistance.  

2024: Greece & Italy

May 1-10, 2024

  • Visit breathtaking ancient ruins, explore medieval neighborhoods untouched by time, and marvel at Renaissance masterpieces in world-renowned museums.
  • Visit Florence and Rome, Italy, where you can walk in history’s footsteps at the Roman Forum, the Colosseum, and the Sistine Chapel.
  • Explore Delphi and Athens, Greece, the Acropolis, the Parthenon, the original Olympic sites, and so much more!

Additional Information on Greece & Italy

2024 - Germany: Engineering Study Abroad

May 18–June 17, 2024

Students will spend Monday- Thursdays for 4 weeks at the host institution, The University of Applied Sciences Jena (Ernst-Abbe-Hochschule Jena), working side by side with German students in classes and crafting engineering related projects that culminates in entering the project in an international engineering competition. The entire program is conducted in English and students will have ample opportunity to form lasting friendships and connections to German engineering students and faculty.  

On the long weekends students will explore surrounding cities including Munich where they can see the BMW plant, WWII historical sites, world class museums and experience the vibrant culture and cuisine of modern Munich. Students will also visit the famous medieval Neuschwanstein castle that was the inspiration for Walt Disney's Cinderella castle. 


2025: United Kingdom, France and Netherlands

May 15–May 24, 2025

London, Windsor, Paris, Versailles, extension to Amsterdam

Introduce yourself to Europe’s best on both sides of the English Channel (or “la Manche”). Survey rich landscapes from the banks of the Thames and the Seine, and measure skyline-shaping domes at St. Paul’s Cathedral and Sacré Coeur Basilica. You can compare medieval stalwart Windsor Castle to its much younger French cousin the Palace of Versailles, though both are equally majestic.

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Faculty Program Advisor

Dr. Dane Daniel
Associate Professor, History


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