A Semester in Avila, Spain

LCU launched its inaugural Semester in Spain program in the Fall of 2016! This new semester-long program, held every Fall, brings LCU students and professors to the beautiful city of Avila, in the heart of the Spanish countryside. Students take 15 hours of University Core-type credits with LCU professors, while also studying the Spanish language to ease transition to their new culture.  

There are numerous opportunities for personal travel on weekends and holidays, and a week-long faculty-led excursion during the semester.

Courses offered for the Fall 2018 Semester in Spain program will be: 

  • *ART3352 ST: Art History – Michelle Kraft
  • HSC2330 Love, Courtship, and Marriage – Michael Hardin
  • PSY2340 Psychology of Diversity – Michael Hardin
  • CHE1305 Inorganic Chemistry – Amanda Boston
  • CHE3301 Organic Chemistry 1 – Amanda Boston
  • EEL2310 Teachers, School, Society – Jennifer Hardin
  • REA2352 ST: Young Adult Literature – Jennifer Hardin
  • *Spanish: Beginner, Intermediate, or Advanced – Juan Antonio Sanchez (UCAV)

Immerse yourself in the culture, history, and art of Spain with faculty experienced in student travel-study programs.

*Required courses

Cost of Semester in Spain:

  • LCU Tuition and Fees (based on the block rate of 12-18 hours)
  • LCU Room and Board (equal to Katie Rogers or Johnson Hall)
  • $250 Non-Refundable Application fee (applications and fee due Feb. 26)
  • $500 Deposit upon Acceptance into the program (April 1)
  • $3,500 Study Abroad fee (applied to your student bill)

For More Information: Contact Heather Howell at 806.720.7899 or heather.howell@LCU.edu.