Travel is rooted in Schreiner University. Charles Schreiner's family were French immigrants in Texas in the late 1800s. More recently, study abroad at Schreiner dates back for decades. There are multiple ways Schreiner students can travel in the U.S. or abroad. They can participate in a faculty-led trip, engage in independent study abroad at an international university for a summer or semester, or enroll in a student exchange program.
Past travel locations include U.S. destinations such as Boston, New York City, and Washington, D.C.; European destinations such as London, Paris, and Florence; Latin American destinations such as Guatemala City, San José, Costa Rica, and San Miguel de Allende, Mexico; and Asian destinations such as Nepal (pictured above). Students have studied abroad for summers or semesters at universities in countries such as Spain, France, and New Zealand. Additionally, Schreiner has established student exchange programs with two Presbyterian universities: Hannam University in South Korea and Corporación Universitaria Reformada in Colombia.
If you are a Schreiner University student, you may be interested in one of the following:
- participating in a faculty-led trip (Schreiner Experience* may apply)
- studying abroad for a summer or semester
- participating in a student exchange program
- Global Gazette, Vol 1.3 - January 2015
If you are a Schreiner University staff or faculty member interested in leading a trip, visit:
*The Schreiner Experience is a way for fully-enrolled students to receive a financial discount from the University in order to experience opportunities ranging from having the costs of their textbooks covered to reducing the cost of a faculty-led trip, and more. International and multicultural activities on campus are also funded through the Schreiner Experience.
For more about how the Schreiner Experience is applied to traveling on a faculty-led trip, visit: Faculty-led trips