Chatham has a new resource available – the Study Abroad Library in Coolidge 025 (located on the lower level of the Braun/ Falk/ Coolidge building).
Signs will direct you…
Step in and look around. There is a lot to see. There are photos from returned Chatham students.
The shelves are packed with the colorful brochures of study abroad, internship and volunteer programs from all over the world.
The Study Abroad Library is a great resource to inspire you on your next education abroad adventure. Once you peruse the shelves and find a program you are interested in knowing more about, visit its website for more information. Find out about the program’s costs and any scholarship opportunities offered by the provider organization.
Make sure that the program fits in with your academic plan by discussing your proposed coursework with your academic advisor. Meet with Education Abroad if you have any questions about your options and about the study abroad process once you have selected a study abroad program.
When will you study abroad? For more information about study abroad options, scholarships and the study abroad process, please contact email@example.com or visit us at the Office of International Affairs in Falk Hall, lower level.