What is study abroad?
Experience real life immersion in a different culture. Expand your world views while earning PPCC credit.
Join Us in an Exploration of England and France!
Sign up for a 9 day experience abroad!
Enroll for PPCC classes and travel to London, Normandy, and Paris in May 2019. The trip cost includes airfare, food, housing, guided tours, travel insurance and in-country transportation.
Contact a Study Abroad faculty for further details on how to enroll! You will need to pay a $100 non-refundable deposit to EF (Education First) Study Tours to get started. (It's $250 if you choose not to use the automatic payment plan.)
Follow this link for the trip details: EF Tours World War II and the Liberation of France
You will take a Spring 2019 independent study course offered by the study abroad faculty (see faculty and subject matter to the right). Scholarships available for Fully Pell Eligible Students.
Before you Sign-up Contact Jo Ellen Becco for Details (719) 502-3110.
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Information for Students for Study Abroad 2019
LOCATION OFFERING: MAY 2019
WWII and the Liberation of France (England and France destinations) 9 Day Tour
Available to any current PPCC student who is in good standing academically and financially.
Program Details (ppcc.edu/global)
Student Cost: Approx $ 3900 (Includes Airfare/Accommodations/In-Country Transportation/Tours/Food)
EF Tours offers promotional discounts for early enrollment-check the website for current offers
FACULTY: Dana Zimbleman ENG/HIS Dana.Zimbleman@ppcc.edu 502- 3428
Glenn Rohlfing HIS Glenn.Rohlfing@ppcc.edu 502-3462
Amy Cornish FRE Amy.Cornish@ppcc.edu 502-3114
Regina Lewis COM Regina.Lewis@ppcc.edu 502-3133
Ruth-Ann Larish ENV Ruth-Ann.Larish@ppcc.edu 502-3318
Cynthia Holling-Morris PHO Cynthia.Holling-Morris@ppcc.edu 502-3200
Suzanne Stone ANT Suzanne.Stone@ppcc.edu 502-3300
Ken Riddle CSC Kenneth.Riddle@ppcc.edu 502-3276
(Only faculty with 6-10 recruits will qualify to travel in May 2019)
This year students will have simplified academic options to qualify for the study abroad excursions. In an attempt to create the most flexibility, and to streamline the registration process, we will only offer the Independent Study option to ensure equity for students and faculty.
A. Students will take a 1 credit Independent study in the spring from any SA faculty member. The 1 credit Independent study courses will be signature registration only, so SA faculty will need to sign registration forms to enroll their students. This “Independent Study only” option will ensure equity for students and faculty. The registration for this 1-credit course will not be available until the spring semester.
B. All study abroad students will have 3-4 mandatory spring semester meetings prior to travel. These meetings will provide an opportunity to discuss cultural and travel expectations, release forms, logistics, and to team build. Each trip will have a dedicated course shell in D2L to house materials and act as a communication hub.
We are so pleased to announce that we have ten $1000 scholarships available for our Fully Pell eligible students. If you think you may qualify and want to pursue this opportunity, please contact Joemail@example.com or Robin.firstname.lastname@example.org (Process and Acknowledgement forms available)
Faculty will need to recruit at least 4 students by October 30th in order to continue recruiting and must then recruit 6-10 total students to qualify to travel. Students need to be aware that they may be travelling with other faculty members if there are not sufficient numbers in the original recruiter’s pool. We are hopeful that with the new class options (1 credit independent study) this will benefit recruitment efforts.
Prior to making a deposit through EF, students should connect with a SA faculty member (email and phone #’s available above) or Jo Ellen Becco (719 502-3110) to understand the contract they are entering with EF Tours. Students also need to be in good standing (academically and behaviorally) to enroll which we will clear through the appropriate channels.
Students can make a non-refundable deposit of $100 if they also enroll in the automatic payment plan through EF. (Monthly payments going directly to EF)
Students can make a non-refundable deposit of $250 and make periodic payments on their own. (This payment includes the travel insurance payment)
1. Read all of the important details outlining the cancellation and financial obligations on the EF Tours website
2. Explore the trip itinerary and consider which potential faculty/disciplines would work best with your academic needs and interests
3. Phone or email contact with a study abroad faculty member or the study abroad director (Jo-Ellen.Becco@ppcc.edu) to establish if you are eligible for one of the scholarships (also if there are any remaining.)
4. Explore your options for payment plans and have a strategy for saving or earning enough money to pay for your adventure (Keep in mind there will be some additional costs involved with travel-baggage fees, passport cost, souvenirs, incidentals, some uncovered meals, etc.)
5. If all of the above steps have been satisfied, you will enroll in the EF Tours trip online and put down your deposit.
6. Let the study abroad faculty member you enrolled!
7. Independent study classes will not be available for registration until the start of spring semester.
8. Your trip will need to be paid-in-full 6 weeks prior to your departure date.
London & France 2019
English or History