Mary Baldwin is committed to providing international experience as a vital part of a personally transforming liberal arts education. All students, regardless of their academic major or language ability, are encouraged to travel, study, or volunteer overseas. College is the ideal time to gain the cross-cultural competence needed to become active, engaged citizens in our increasingly interdependent world.
Students can participate in the short-term trips organized and led by full-time MBC faculty during May. Students can also study or volunteer abroad for a summer, semester, or year, either at one of Mary Baldwin’s partner colleges or through other institutions.
To learn more about study and service abroad opportunities, visit the Spencer Center at Wenger Hall, or contact the director of international programs at 540-887-7113 or email@example.com.
MBC’s Partner Programs
Students Traveling Abroad Share Their Stories
One of the biggest challenges for students studying abroad is relaying their experiences to family and friends back home. Fortunately for Mary Baldwin students studying abroad this semester, the Spencer Center for Civic and Global Engagement has the perfect solution. A blog. Read more.