PLU students earn credit and have access to Financial Aid and scholarships while studying away for a semester, year, J-Term or summer program. The Wang Center supports students during exploration, pre-departure, while they are away and when they return.
Search for funding resources to Study Away through the Wang Center, program providers and national organizations. The Wang Center offers the Global Scholar Award for J-Term, Gateway and Featured programs. There is also funding to conduct research abroad.
Many PLU alumni want to go abroad again after graduation. In fact, PLU is a top producer of Fulbright Fellows and Peace Corps volunteers. Use the resources here to explore ways to live, work, study, or volunteer abroad after graduation. PLU Career Connections is also a great resource for post-graduation preparation.
A Sojourner Advocate is a unique student leadership position for past study away participants designed specifically to work with the Wang Center in advancing the vision of Global Education. Applications are accepted each March for the following academic year.
November 21, 2014