The Thomas N. Bantivoglio Honors Concentration
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Honors and Education Abroad
There are many reasons why Honors students should take advantage of the opportunity to study abroad. Experiencing life in other countries and cultures; developing foreign language skills; broadening your worldview; and making lifelong friends while earning college credit are just some of them. Many students use study abroad experiences to prepare for graduate school and future employment. Most importantly, the experience will be one that you will remember and value for the rest of your life.
Additionally, Rowan University Honors Students receive financial support toward the cost of airfare and can apply for alternative course credit.
To get started, please contact the Education Abroad office.