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Curtain Call with Cami Hancock

Cami Hancock loves theatre. Join Cami on her past blogging adventures, including her trip to New York City in 2019.

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Grace Koepele spent the 2-19 summer teaching English throughout Italy. Read her past blog posts about her teaching and travel adventures!

Rachel in Rome

Study abroad was something that I always dreamed of doing, and a major reason why I chose to attend Michigan State University. Michigan State’s education abroad program is one of the top ranked nationally, and somewhere within one of the hundreds of options.   

There are many facts that contribute to that choice that may contribute to what program you choose. For me, it was important that I addressed a few requirements within both of my majors. My primary major is Arts and Humanities here through RCAH, and throughout my research and planning process I had to make sure that my chosen program was approved to count for the experiential learning opportunity and language proficiency requirements. It was also a huge plus for me to be on a program that could engage my other major: Public Relations.