May, June, and Summer Programs
Interested in spending a summer overs and earning academic credit for it?
Hope College students have several summer options for studying on international off-campus programs.
Official Non-Hope Programs:
For summer programs offered by Hope affiliated sponsors, please visit the following websites:
Hope College May/June Terms:
For several decades, Hope College has offered it's own international off-campus programs in places such as Austria, England, India, and Japan. In more recent years, Hope faculty have added additional programs in the
Italy, Spain, and Uganda to name a few.
These short-term off-campus study programs are available during the four-week May, June
and July terms and are led by Hope College faculty.
Off-campus May, June and July term courses are
generally announced toward the end of the fall semester. Students should consult with the Registrar's Office for further
information and/or click
here to be linked to their May, June, and July website to read more about program content and faculty leaders.
Students should contact faculty leaders directly for all applications and/or further information.
Programs offered in Summer 2013:
Registrar's Page for more details.
Vienna Summer School
(Germ 101, 102, IDS 172, Mus 101 or 295, Hist 131, 295, Art 111 or 295, Rel 260, Comm 295, IDS 495)
Ecuador/GalapagosField Studies in Biology: Galapagos and Amazon Ecology
From Facebook to Faces: Ways of Belonging (Liverpool)
Media, Culture, and Community in Liverpool
Management in the British Economy
(Mgmt 358, Econ 358, or IDS 495)
The Sacred and Profane: A Musical Tour of Great Britain
MUS 295 or IDS 495
Secondary Principles (Liverpool)
(EDUC 360 or 361)
Literacy II: Reading and the Language Arts for Grades 4 -8
282 or 283)
IndiaThe Indian Worldview
Italy Experiencing the Eternal City
Japan Seminar on Contemporary Issues in Japan
Mexico Health & Healing in the Western Tradition, Queretaro
(Nursing Majors only) (IDS 174)
Hope Comes to Watts (Los Angeles, CA)
Rosebud Indian Reservation, SD: Cross Cultural Education
Thriving in Transitions - Alaska
Intro to Leadership - Alaska (Sutton Alaska)
Ecological Theology and Ethics (Adirondacks in NY)
Learning and Serving Among the Oglala Lakota: Conversations about Faith, Culture, and Worldview
(Pine Ridge Reservation, SD)
(REL 295) Field Studies in Michigan: The Biology and Diversity of Birds
(BIOL 380 or GEMS 195)
Celtic May Term: Peace & Reconciliation in a Celtic Context: Memory, Narrative, and Identity in Northern Ireland and Scotland
SpainSpanish and Andalusian Culture
(SPAN 342 or SPAN 495)
Advanced Grammar & Conversation I or II, and El Camino de
(SPAN 321/322 & SPAN 495)
EL Camino de Santiago