Issue #5: Fall 2017 Cover Image

Dogsledding on the Søndre Strømfjord from Molly A. Mosher
(DIS - Study Abroad in Copenhagen, Denmark, Spring 2017)

From Beyond the Nest Newsletter Issues:
Issue #4: Fall 2015 B
Issue #3: Fall 2015 A
Issue #2: Spring 2015
Issue #1: Fall 2014

Pomona College has long embraced the philosophy that the cultural awareness fostered through foreign study is part of a liberal arts education.

Pomona College offers 62 study abroad programs in 34 countries for its own students. Approximately half of Pomona students study abroad before graduating. To ensure equal access, the College charges the same fees for a semester or year abroad as for a semester or year spent on campus and extends financial aid allowances to cover the time abroad.

To begin the process, students should make an advising appointment with an OSA advisor to discuss study abroad options. The Office of Study Abroad (OSA) maintains a resource library with program information and keeps evaluations by former participants for each program. The office also maintains a collection of general travel literature and materials relating to passport and visa procedures, health issues, and transportation.

Note: Pomona College may be obliged to alter or eliminate programs described without prior notice.  Dates, courses, and costs, both for on-campus services and for programs abroad, may change without prior notification.