May and Summer session 2014
- London Arts Tour (May 2014)
- Geology in Italy (Summer 2014)
- Virtue and Vice in Amsterdam: from the Golden Age to the Global Age (May 2014)
- July in Paris (Summer 2014)
- Ancient Rome: Physical Place, Literary Symbol (May 2014)
- Irish Texts and Contexts (May 2014)
May and Summer session 2015
Academic Year or Semester Exchanges
Japan only Morris students may apply)
Application forms must be turned in to:Academic Center for Enrichment (ACE) Office
5 Student Center
University of Minnesota, Morris
600 E. 4th St.
Morris, Mn 56267
The University of Minnesota, Morris offers several study abroad scholarships each term. Full-time University of Minnesota, Morris students who are participating in University of Minnesota, Morris programs are eligible to apply. Please see the application for more information.
Learning Abroad Center Programs
The University of Minnesota’s Learning Abroad Center has been the programming, advising, and administrative office for study abroad for more than twenty years. Programs are offered in collaboration with academic departments, faculty, and foreign institutions in order to combine rigorous academic study with a cross-cultural learning experience in a foreign environment. Morris students have access to participate in all Learning Abroad Center programs.
Other Study Abroad Options
University of Minnesota, Morris students may also attend and receive transfer credit for education abroad programs from other colleges and universities throughout the United States. Students hoping to participate in outside programs must work with the Academic Center for Enrichment throughout the program exploration process to help ensure that credit can be awarded for the program and all education abroad policies are met.
For more information and application information for Learning Abroad Center programs or non-University of Minnesota programs please visit the Academic Center for Enrichment, room 5, Student Center, and make an appointment to speak with our study abroad advisor.
Program cancellation after you have confirmed your participation on a program will have ramifications financially, and may also affect the financial aid you've been awarded to study abroad. Participants who wish to cancel must log into their Education Abroad account online and submit a cancel request by selecting the “Cancel Application” button on the bottom of the checklist page.
Participants may continue to accrue non-recoverable costs until official notification is received. Your financial aid will not cover cancellation fees or non-recoverable costs. Failing grades or ‘W’s on your transcript may affect your future financial aid eligibility, in the same way it would have for coursework taken on campus. Read and be familiar with the Rights and Responsibilities of Financial Aid Recipients.