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A staple of a Carleton education since the 1970s, off-campus studies programs give students a global perspective.
Students submitted more than 200 photos for this year’s 25th annual off-campus studies photo contest. Here are some of our favorites.
Midwestern modesty has kept us from blowing our own horn for too long. Here’s what makes Carleton one of the best liberal arts colleges in the country—and we’re not afraid to brag. A little.
“If Carls’ curiosity and imagination were unfettered by the constraints of physical reality, where would they go and what would they see?”
150 years of great Carleton teachers.
“Carleton’s first offspring of the sea is a well built, fast ship manned by a competent, far above average captain and crew.”
“Many of these Syrians had never even talked to an American, and now they could make a connection over education. That is valuable in so many ways—both culturally and, potentially, politically.”
Although it’s just 130 miles off the coast of Florida, Cuba is one of the toughest destinations for American travelers to reach. Last fall, a group of Carls visited the island and got up close and personal with Cuban people, politics, and culture.
Closed to Americans for 55 years, Cuba holds a strong allure for many travelers.
Thirty years ago, economics professor Martha Paas founded Carleton’s Cambridge Economics Seminar. Here, Paas and her former students share their memories of the groundbreaking off-campus studies program.
Students who study abroad gain insight into a new culture, says economics professor Martha Paas, who founded the Cambridge Economics Seminar 30 years ago—and set the standard for off-campus studies at Carleton. (See "Commemorating Cambridge.")
Students shoot the world—a sample of this year’s entries in the annual off-campus studies photo contest.