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Global Learning Opportunities

Regis University strives to develop men and women who will make a positive impact in a changing world. Through our global learning opportunities, students can immerse themselves in unfamiliar cultures to generate understanding of other societies, people and our global humanity. 

Discover new ways of living, studying and being.

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Study Abroad

Want to expand your world and gain experience in your field? Looking to contribute to your broader, global community? Regis Study Abroad programs provide this in addition to academically rigorous and culturally immersive opportunities worldwide. Be a part of something bigger.
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Service Oriented Field Experience

Students in the Master of Nonprofit Management program can choose to participate in our Service Oriented Field Experience (SOFE) program to satisfy their capstone requirement.

Spring Break Travel Opportunities

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The Uganda Project

The Uganda Project is an interdisciplinary course that seeks to understand and address extreme poverty in Africa. It includes a travel component to Uganda over Spring Break that will allow students to meet with social entrepreneurs, women's empowerment groups, and conservationists in an effort to collectively develop solutions to the world's greatest social and environmental injustices.
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Spring Break Service Trips

During the week, students spend their days serving with the sponsoring organizations and spend their evenings exploring the local area and reflecting as a team on their experiences. Our spring break service trips provide opportunities for students to build lasting friendships with fellow Regis students, explore new parts of the country and serve communities in need. Our students have travelled as close as Boulder, CO and as far away as Battambang, Cambodia.

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Alternative Spring Break

Alternative Breaks are designed to engage students in issues of social justice through cultural immersion. Students fully live out the mission of Regis University: being in service for and with others and gain a sense of solidarity with our brothers and sisters throughout the world. All trips have regular meetings that include course-like preparation for the trip. Some trips include a course credit.