There’s more to college — and life — than the Hollins campus. We operate programs in Paris and London open to students from all colleges. We also take part in about 18 field study and affiliated programs.
Hollins applies your study abroad credits to financial aid and graduation requirements. Find out how living in a different country can change your perspective on everything.
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Hollins Abroad (2)
Our strong tradition of study abroad begins with our own programs in London and Paris. These programs are open to women and men from other colleges and universities as well as to Hollins students. We also offer more than 18 other ways to see the world.
At the conclusion of the 2018-2019 academic year, Hollins will be transitioning its study abroad opportunities in Paris to a new format that preserves the academic rigor, cultural richness, and distinctive experiences that have been the hallmarks of Hollins Abroad Paris. Beginning in Fall 2019, we will no longer run our own Paris program but rather offer exciting opportunities for our students through non-Hollins providers. Whether our students study in France or in another destination around the world, Hollins is fully dedicated to offering them an immersive, transformative adventure. For more information, contact Patricia Hammer, Hollins’ vice president for academic affairs, at email@example.com.
- Fall and spring semesters
- London Theatre Semester
- Summer internship opportunities
- Explore the possibilities (PDF)
Hollins applies your study abroad credits to financial aid and graduation requirements.
Jasmine Carter ’19 and Alexus Smith ’19 have been named winners of the U.S. Department of State’s Benjamin A. Gilman International Scholarship, which will enable them to study abroad this spring. They will be participating in the Hollins Abroad – London program. Read the news blog post >
- Two study tracks, one for French majors or minors and one for non-French majors
- Advanced French students can also enroll at Parisian universities
- Explore the possibilities (PDF)
Fall Film Contest 2017: Winner Hayley Harrington, Hollins Abroad-Paris
“My term on Hollins Abroad-Paris was an experience I would not trade for any other. The faculty members were great, the classes all very interesting, and I could not have had a better experience with my French hosts. The program far exceeded my expectations.”
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Schools Partnering with Hollins
Hollins Abroad is pleased to be partnered with many outstanding colleges and universities who send their students to our Paris and London programs:
Arcadia University: Glenside, PA
Averett University: Danville, VA
Carnegie Mellon University: Pittsburgh, PA
Chatham University: Pittsburgh, PA
Hampden-Sydney College: Hampden-Sydney, VA
Lynchburg College: Lynchburg, VA
Randolph College: Lynchburg, VA
Roanoke College: Salem, VA
Rollins College: Winter Park, FL
Salem College: Winston-Salem, NC
Samford University: Birmingham, AL
Virginia Military Institute: Lexington, VA
Students from our partner schools talk about their experiences on Hollins Abroad.
Affiliated Programs (18)
Learn about our association with other universities’ abroad programs.
Italy, Greece, Ireland, Ghana, and many more. See what waits for you in another world.
During each January Short Term, Hollins students can choose from an array of abroad experiences. Every year students can go to the Institut de Touraine in France’s Loire Valley for intensive study of French language or to Seville for intensive study of Spanish language. In addition, Hollins faculty members conduct different travel/study courses for each Short Term.
“We did research even before we got to St. John. I liked the balance between having a really fun group and professors who were there to make this experience the best possible.”
Spend spring break experiencing the Jamaican culture and participating in service projects.
Hollins’ mini Peace Corps project in Jamaica has been in existence since 1988.
“I think what really amazes me about the Jamaica Cultural Immersion Program is the exchange. You are learning something more about the Jamaican culture and they are open to learning about your culture.”