Whether you want to study abroad for a block or a year, you're a language novice or a pro, Cornell offers a program that will allow you to get off-campus while fulfilling your academic and personal goals.

There are three ways to study off-campus at Cornell:

1. Take one of Cornell's block-long off-campus courses.

2. Study through a Cornell affiliate institution for as little as a block or as long as a year.

3. Choose an unaffiliated program to match your needs.

Questions? Please start with our list of frequently asked questions or contact the International & Off-campus Studies Program Coordinator  to make an appointment or ask for assistance.

Students Win Prestigious National Awards

The Office of International and Off-Campus Studies is pleased to share that two Cornell students, Kayla Jeannene Clark and Yesenia Hernandez, are the recipients of the prestigious Gilman Award. The Gilman Award is a selective grant which funds overseas study.

Kayla Jeannene Clark, an English and International Relations major, will study Middle-Eastern and Arabic language studies in Jordan this fall through the ACM Jordan program.

Yesenia Hernandez, a double major in Human Rights and Religion, will study Human Rights this fall through the SIT: International Honors Program in New York City, Nepal, Chile, and Jordan.

Hana Martin, a Secondary Education and Spanish major, was selected as alternate for the Gilman Award. Hana will study this fall in Granada, Spain through CCA.

New Language Software

The library has purchased a new language software available to students, faculty, and staff. Mango is an online language tool for learning the basics of a new language. Contact the library for help and more details.