Why ACM Off-Campus Study?
Studying off-campus will likely be one of the most exciting and memorable experiences of your life, and it's important to choose a program that's a great fit for you.
What makes ACM programs distinctive?
Tanzania: Ecology & Human Origins
A rich academic history
Since 1960, the Associated Colleges of the Midwest has offered programs that add a global dimension to the college experience by immersing students in new cultures around the world.
You can select from 17 diverse, academically excellent off-campus study programs designed specifically for liberal arts students. All programs are advised by faculty and staff from the ACM member colleges, guaranteeing that you'll receive an academic experience of the highest caliber.
India: Culture, Traditions, & Globalization
Total cultural immersion
Whether you visit a historical site, live with a local host family, or work at a nearby community organization, you'll have an opportunity to enhance your cultural and linguistic fluency in a variety of unique spaces.
Botswana: Development in Southern Africa
Opportunities for advanced research and applied study
Location-based academic work, independent projects, and internships/volunteer experiences will prepare you for advanced work in senior seminars, independent capstone projects, graduate school, and post-baccalaureate fellowships.
Florence: Arts, Humanities, & Culture
Small program sizes for virtually every college major
True to the academic structure of small liberal arts colleges, all ACM programs have small student cohorts to foster close collaboration with faculty and peers. Due to their interdisciplinary nature, ACM programs are open to students from any major, so you're bound to find a program that fits your specific needs and interests.
Interested in learning more?
See a full list of ACM programs