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Welcome to Lynn! First stop: Boca. Then the world!

The Center for Learning Abroad (CLA) is offering freshmen the opportunity to participate in one or more study abroad opportunities during their first year at Lynn. After completing only one semester at Lynn, eligible freshmen can choose to study abroad for J-term, the spring semester or both!

During J-Term, all first-year students are required to take a course in Lynn's experiential program, The Citizenship Project. Focused on civic issues, challenges or topics, courses engage in hands-on learning opportunities and community service work. Students are able to fulfill The Citizenship Project requirement abroad during winter break in Costa Rica or the Dominican Republic. Additionally, each program includes a second course in Language and Culture, which fulfills a second J-term requirement at Lynn in one program! 

Meet two J-term requirements during one program while gaining international and foreign language experience!

COSTA RICA - Ciudad Colon
Citizenship Project + Spanish Language and Culture

Dates: Jan. 1 - Jan. 19, 2019
Price: $4,250
DJCP 100: Applying Social Responsibility (2 credits) + DJLC 200: Spanish Language and Culture (2 credits)
Learn and implement tools to help our global community thrive including empathy, social awareness and mediation skills. Practice Spanish language skills, connect directly with local organizations in Costa Rica and develop a plan of engagement to implement upon return to the United States.

Citizenship Project + Spanish Language and Culture
Dates: Jan. 2 - Jan. 20, 2019
Price: $3,250

DJCP 100: Community Partnership (2 credits) + DJLC 200: Spanish Language and Culture (2 credits)
Study the keys to effectively serving others. Learn the value of gaining community awareness for the area you hope to serve, including its culture, language, needs, available resources and the challenges it faces.

Upon successfully completing their courses during the fall semester, in addition to The Citizenship Project during J-term, freshmen meeting the CLA and host institution's eligibility requirements may study abroad during the spring semester of their first year. The following are programs available to freshmen:

ARGENTINA - Buenos Aires
CEA Intensive Spanish Language
CEA International Business
CEA Liberal Arts & Social Sciences


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