Green River College Study Abroad
Earn academic credits while while living and studying abroad in some of the world's most fascinating places.
Select a destination below to learn more about a specific program.
- Australia and New Zealand
- Costa Rica
- Hawaii Field Study
- Spain (Fall Quarter in Barcelona)
Critical Languages Scholarship (CLS): Are you just interested in language acquisition? The CLS is a fully funded summer program offering intensive language studies abroad for 15 world languages.
Green River College sponsors programs in partnership with the Washington Community College Consortium for Study Abroad and with AIFS - American Institute for Foreign Study. The Consortium includes 16 colleges in the State of Washington.
The Australia/New Zealand program is developed by Green River College in partnership with Newman College in Melbourne, Australia and Unitec University in Auckland, New Zealand. The Japan program is developed by Green River College in partnership with Kogakuin University in Tokyo, Japan.
Residence is not required to participate in this program. All participants who register for classes through Green River College are considered our students and receive a Green River transcript. Students from sponsoring college's may be able to register for their classes through their own institution.
Course credits are transfer level, however, since acceptability varies from school to school, you may want to insure that your selections are accepted to the transfer institution of your choice.
Green River College is part of a consortium of Washington State community colleges (WCCCSA) formed more than 25 years ago to jointly send groups of students to study abroad.
Location: IVD 116
Phone: 253-833-9111 ext. 4892
Phone: 253-833-9111, ext. 2145
Detailed brochures and applications are available for each program. Information meetings are arranged as needed. Group orientation sessions are scheduled prior to departure.
McIntyre International Village D (IVD) 115
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