SAINT PETER– Gustavus Adolphus College has always made an emphasis on a holistic, multi-faceted liberal arts education. One aspect of the liberal arts is a multicultural experience. Gustavus has always bolstered a strong study-abroad program, and today is no different. The Gustavus Center for International and Cultural Education (CICE) has just announced a new study abroad program that no college has ever gone before: Hell.
CICE director Patricia Wizowski stated in an interview, “Here at the CICE, we are always looking to implement new programs to give our students a different cultural immersion experience. Hell is somewhere completely foreign to everyone. Hopefully by opening up a study abroad experience there, we can develop a mutual understanding with the people of Hell and the students can build a greater sense of self.”
Study Abroad in Hell will open for applications for studying in the fall of 2018. If you’re considering applying, the CICE says important things to have ready for fall are: sunscreen (it’s hot down there!), modest, but cooling clothing, a double-edged sword to fight off those pesky hellhounds, and a reusable water bottle.
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