International Programs – Study Abroad

Study Abroad

Travel to Costa Rica

There’s nothing quite like the rainforests of the “Rich Coast” to get the adrenaline pumping. At its heart, the Central American country boasts an epic landscape that is home to nearly 5 percent of the world’s biodiversity. Discover how fragile these endangered ecosystems are as you travel through different rainforest preserves and unearth dazzling displays of color and sound.

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Study Abroad

Study Abroad with LCC

If you have an interest in studying abroad and meet the conditions of participation, please apply now. The ideal candidate is an LCC student, faculty, staff, or alumni in good standing with the school. On certain trips, community members are allowed to participate. LCC considers international travel to be an essential aspect of being well-educated in the 21st century, and we seek participants who understand the importance of travel abroad.

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Map of the World

Map of the World

Keep an eye on the map of the world located on the back wall of the Leigh and John McNairy Library! Set the clocks to different time zones and mark your birthplace/country of origin.

Wanna Play

Wanna Play?

What’s the most popular global sport? Soccer! Interested in playing some friendly matches? If you’d like to sign up or for more information, please contact Carlos Cotto at 252-527-6223, ext. 716.

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World Citizen Honors

Students who complete the following requirements will be eligible to receive the World Citizen Honors at graduation:

  1. Globally Intensive Courses: Completion of 15 credits with a grade of A or B or a cumulative G.P.A. of 3.5 in courses designated as having globally intensive content. For a list of courses, contact Maria Messner (contact information is below).
  2. Attendance: As shown by entry and exit stamps – at least eight international “passport” events, two per semester unless otherwise authorized. Students may pick up their passports at my office or at one of the international program events.
  3. Global Experience: Participation in 30 hours of global experience through study abroad or approved domestic intercultural experience/service.
  4. Capstone Presentation: 10-15 minute capstone presentation related to the student’s participation in global learning opportunities.


For more information:
Alexandra Ranieri
ACA and Advising Coordinator

Waller (Building 024), Room 211
Phone: (252) 527-6223, ext. 936
Fax: (252) 233-6889