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Off-Campus Study Participation hits 78%

August 18, 2014

Off-Campus Study Participation hits 78%

78% of the class of 2014 participated in off-campus study programs. They studied on 130 programs in 53 different countries. The majority (63%) studied on Carleton seminars and break programs, 34% participated in a wide variety of other non-Carleton programs, and the remaining 3% studied on consortia programs, such as ACM, AKP, HECUA, and ISLE.

Just a few highlights:

Of the 375 participating students –

  • 81% went on one program, 18% on two programs, and 1% participated in three programs
  • 60% were juniors, 30% were sophomores, and 10% were seniors
  • 59% were women and 41% were men

For the academic year 2013-14, 20% of the student body (408 students) participated in off-campus studies. As with the class year, 63% studied on Carleton seminars and break programs, 34% participated in a wide variety of other non-Carleton programs, and the remaining 3% studied on consortia programs, such as ACM, AKP, HECUA, and ISLE.

For more information on the academic year and the class of 2014 statistics, click here.