Maryville Launches New Study Away Program

COREXplore Study Away programs engage students in Maryville's core values of civic engagement, diversity and inclusion, global awareness, innovative leadership and sustainability

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Through Maryville University’s new COREXplore Study Away program, students have the opportunity to explore one of five cities through the lenses of community service, history, culture or leadership. They will travel with fellow students and faculty members.

Destinations and highlighted student activities during Maryville’s 2017 spring break:

  • Chicago – community service project
  • New Orleans – exploration of the city’s history and culture
  • Pensacola – participation in the annual Habitat for Humanity Alternative Spring Break
  • San Antonio – exploration of history at the Alamo and the River Walk

During Maryville’s 2016-2017 winter break, a study away to Orlando features participation in the Disney Leadership Experience.

The programs are designed to engage students in Maryville’s core values of civic engagement, diversity and inclusion, global awareness, innovative leadership and sustainability.

Details about the COREXplore Study Away program are available on student iPads under the Maryville Cloud iBook app. An iBook has been created featuring live links to contact and registration information.

For more information, contact Alden Craddock, PhD, associate vice president and director of the Center for Civic Engagement and Democracy.