The Office of International Education's Study Abroad philosophy and goal is to assist students in finding the program that best suits their interest, needs, abilities and financial situation, to ensure a stimulating, positive and life-changing experience.
The 2013 Open Doors Report ranked UW-La Crosse 30th in the nation within their institutional type for total number of students studying abroad for the 2011-12 academic year.*
Of all UW system master's level institutions, UW-La Crosse sent the most students abroad for the 2013 reporting year.*
UW-La Crosse ranked above national average in many categories including study abroad participation, with 17% of undergraduate students participating in a study abroad experience during their degree program.* National average is approximately 14%.
Join the nearly 500 UW-La Crosse students each year who enhance their college career by studying abroad
*The Open Doors Report is published annually and surveys over 3,000 accredited U.S. higher education institutions on international student enrollments and U.S. study abroad students nationally.
The Office of International Education is committed to providing study abroad opportunities to all students regardless of sex, race, color, creed, religion, national origin, differently abled, ancestry, age, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, marital or parental status.