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Map of Italy with pictogram of flight path beginning at Rome then to Florence and then back to Rome for departing flight.

Rome & Florence

May 19, 2018 - May 26, 2018

This trip is being led by Art Instructor Rachel Trusty. For questions, contact Rachel at 501-977-2176 or at trusty@uaccm.edu.

Epicenters of power for centuries, these cities birthed some of history’s most famed patrons. Wander among the ancient wonders of the Forum and marvel at the works commissioned by the Vatican. Florence bears the indelible stamp of the House of Medici, whose sponsorship made the city a beacon of the Renaissance. Become a patron yourself by granting these cities the favor of a visit.

 

www.efcollegestudytours.com/professors-trip/1918461HN

Pier full of sandals partially submerged in a steamy lake in the foreground. Silhouettes of people can be seen through the steam in the background.

Iceland Adventure

March 16, 2019 - March 22, 2019

This trip is being led by English Instructor Lyndsey Daniel. For questions, contact Lyndsey at 501-977-2170 or at daniel@uaccm.edu.

Trip includes 5 overnight stays (7 with extension) in hotels with private bathrooms, professional tour director with guided sightseeing tours and city walks per itinerary,  and breakfast and dinner daily.

www.explorica.com/daniel-4220

International Travel Interest Meetings

Anyone who may be interested in either the May 2018 Italy or the March 2019 Iceland trips are welcome to attend one of these interest meetings.

Wednesday, January 31, 2018
3:30 pm
University Center, Room 214

Thursday, February 1, 2018
12:05 pm
University Center, Room 214

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College Credit for Your Travels

Students may gain 3 hours of college credit when accompanying an approved UACCM led trip. Students are responsible for paying for their trip along with tuition and fees for the Global Studies course to earn general education credit.

The next scheduled course will correspond with a trip to Peru and will be held during May Intersession.