Center for International and Intercultural Studies

Destinations

We will begin accepting applications for 2017-18 trips in the Tri-S Office, Decker 132, on Thursday, April 13, 2017, at 8 a.m. Bring your application, $200 non-refundable deposit (cash or checks only), and a copy of your passport or birth certificate.

Fall

Winter

June 2: Application and $200 non-refundable deposit due - Due Date Extended to September 8th

September 8: $1,000 deposit due
October 20: Final payment due

  • 103 - Trinidad - Work Project -  $1,350
  • 106 - Oklahoma - Work Project -  $350
  • 107 - Jamaica - Service -  $1,100
  • 109 - Guatemala - Falls School of Business - $2,495

Spring

September 15: Application and $200 non-refundable deposit due
November 3: $1,000 deposit due
January 12: Final payment due

Summer

October 27: Application and $200 non-refundable deposit due
December 1: $1,000 deposit due
February 9: Final payment due

Adventure Trips

Adventure trips are designed for those who want to be out in nature experiencing God's creation and have the desire to be physically challenged. There may be additional expenses for required equipment.

Cultural Trips

Cultural trips are designed to provide opportunities for learning and cross-cultural understanding. Groups may, among other things, study the language, history, society, geography, or art of a particular culture.

  • 530 - China - Cultural -  $2,500
  • 534 - Greece - Cultural -  $2,100 - 2 WAIT LIST SPOTS
  • 312 - Iceland - Cultural -  $1,725 - 3 WAIT LIST SPOTS
  • 532 - Ireland - Cultural -  $2,300
  • 317 - London - Cultural -  $2,250
  • 527 - New Zealand - Cultural/Service -  $2,500  - 3 WAIT LIST SPOTS
  • 518 - Scotland - Cultural -  $2,325 - 3 WAIT LIST SPOTS
  • 536 - South Africa  - Cultural/Service -  $1,500

Service Trips

Participants are involved in projects such as teaching, caring for the ill, leading VBS programs, or working in an orphanage. They may be expected to help with preparing meals, clean-up, and other daily chores.

Work Projects

Work projects provide manual labor for construction and maintenance projects. Housing and meals are simple, and some facilities may be limited. Participants may be expected to help with preparing meals, clean-up, and other daily chores.

Academic Trips

Africa

Asia/Pacific

  • 530 - China - Cultural -  $2,500
  • 531 - India** - Service -  $1,750
  • 527 - New Zealand - Cultural/Service -  $2,500  - 3 WAIT LIST SPOTS

Caribbean/Atlantic

Europe/Middle East

Latin America

North America

**Interview required for acceptance.

Group sizes are limited. Some groups may fill before application date.

Applications submitted after due date are subject to availability.

Prices listed are for AU students and do not include transportation to departure city, passport/visa, departure tax, immunizations, health/travel insurance, or miscellaneous expenses.

Tri-S reserves the right to make changes with regard to dates, arrangements, cost, and departure city. Programs will not operate if there is insufficient interest.