Saint Michael's students have a variety of ways to make a global connection. More than 100 study abroad programs allow students to study overseas for a summer, a semester, or a full academic year. With more than one third of students participating in one of these programs, an SMC connection may be closer than you think! Click here to read blogs from current students studying internationally.
In addition, faculty-led study trips offer short-term excursions during the winter or summer recesses. Study sites include Canada, Cuba, England, France, Guyana, and Palestine and Israel. Read more about the 2016-2017 winter break experiences here.
The College's Mobilization of Volunteer Efforts (MOVE) Office, part of the Edmundite Campus Ministry, offers students opportunities for service work abroad. During these extended service trips students work with communities in Kolkata, India or San Jose de Ocoa, Dominican Republic.
Prospective students have an opportunity to connect with our International Admission staff during their travels throughout Europe, China, Kenya and Canada. If you'd like to connect with one of the admission staff, please review their current travel schedules included in Winooski Park (formerly The Knightly News), a bi-monthly e-newsletter for international and overseas Saint Michael's alumni.