Sarah Lawrence College offers SLC students the opportunity to spend a semester or year with our exchange partners in the U.S or with their programs abroad if available. In order to qualify for the exchanges listed below students must be in good academic standing and have completed their first and second year at Sarah Lawrence. Students must also plan to complete either their junior or senior year in Bronxville. The exchange programs are not open to students who have transferred into Sarah Lawrence College with a maximum of 60 credits.
Students pay SLC tuition fees and any financial aid grants and loans are applied to those fees. Room and Board charges, where applicable, are determined by the institution the student attends and is paid directly by the student to the institution. Places are limited so students should speak with Prema Samuel, Assistant Dean, International and Exchange Programs for further information and to receive an application.
Sarah Lawrence College is pleased to work with the following exchange partners:
- California Institute of the Arts (Cal Arts) http://calarts.edu/
- Eugene Lang College www.newschool.edu/lang/
- Pitzer College http://www.pitzer.edu/academics/ilcenter/study_abroad/visiting_students/ind
- Reed College http://www.reed.edu/ (Not available for 2012-13)
- Spelman College http://www.spelman.edu/
South India Term Abroad (SITA)
Sarah Lawrence College participates in a consortium program with select colleges to offer a semester-long opportunity to observe and participate in the fascinating cultural environment of South India. The program is based in the ancient temple city of Madurai. Classes are supplemented by field trips to other regions in South India, providing exposure to the rich cultural complexity of the region. Students are charged Sarah Lawrence tuition and room and board to participate in the program. All financial aid grants and loans are applied to those fees. Enrollment is limited. For further information, please contact Prema Samuel, Assistant Dean, International and Exchange Programs, at 800-873-4752 or email@example.com, or visit www.gwu.edu/~sita/.
Tsuda College, Tokyo, Japan (Women Only)
Tsuda College was founded in 1900 by Umeko Tsuda, one of the first Japanese women to study abroad. As a result, the college has well-developed foreign exchange programs with more than twenty institutions around the world. Students will live in dormitories in Kodaira city, a suburb of Tokyo.
The Faculty of Liberal Arts follows Umeko Tsuda’s philosophy for nurturing "all-round" individuals. Students study a wide variety of disciplines. Students may take classes offered by all departments.
For further information, please contact Prema Samuel, Assistant Dean, International and Exchange Programs, at 800-873-4752 or firstname.lastname@example.org.