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Study Abroad

Currently, Rogue Community College is developing new study abroad and travel-study options that will provide better opportunities for our students to earn transferable credits in the Humanities, Social Sciences, and Sciences.  These new programs will also address changes in the financial aid system, allowing better access to travel-study to a wider range of people.  For more information, please contact Ryan Maple.

World Map Study Abroad


  • Florence, Italy September 26 - December 12, 2014
    Enjoy a European experience in the heart of a Renaissance city while pursuing your community college education in Italian language, sociology, women's studies, and probably art history. With sufficient enrollment, the program will also include courses in creative writing, film and drama.

  • London, England, March 27-June 6, 2014
    Study in the exciting and beautiful British capital, rich in art, music, theater and history. RCC, as a member of the Oregon International Education Consortium, offers a 10-week program with tours, culture class, and several academic courses in music fundamentals, understanding music, history of rock music, and probably world history. With sufficient enrollment, the program will also include courses in creative writing, literature and folklore. Alternates every other year with Barcelona: next offered in 2014.

  • If you are interested in one of these programs:

    Contact the RCC's International Education Coordinator

    Gilman International Scholarship--Up to $5,000 for study abroad

    The Oregon International Education Consortium consists of Chemeketa Community College, Central Oregon Community College, Clackamas Community College, Mount Hood Community College, Portland Community College, Rogue Community College, and Southwestern Oregon Community College. The Consortium offers study programs in four countries ranging from two weeks to a full quarter. 

    The OIEC accepts up to 30 students from member colleges in Oregon. Space, therefore, is limited to qualified students. Applications must be correctly completed and include the required deposit, in order to be considered. American Institute for Foreign Study (AIFS), our partner institution, makes all logistical arrangements, including travel, insurance, and housing for the full term programs in Italy and London. All program payments are paid to AIFS. The OIEC makes all academic arrangements, which include course offerings and instructors.