Lee University supports off-campus study programs that are sponsored by various groups and organizations. When students participate in these programs, they are registered for Lee courses and billed through Lee. For information about these programs and how to complete the Lee paperwork for approval, visit the links below or Contact Us.
If a student is interested in studying abroad at an institution that Lee does not have a collaborative agreement with, they should contact the Global Perspectives office for information about the process for non-collaborative programs.
Council for Christian Colleges and Universities (CCCU) GlobalEd:
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Accès Study Abroad French Language Program
Atelier Neo Medici Art Program
Chez Vous French Language Program
European Theological Seminary
LCC International University (Lithuania)
Living and Learning International
* NYC Journalism Program
Tokyo Christian University, East Asia Institute (Student Testimonials, General Information)
* Please note that programs with an asterisk do not provide Lee University cross-cultural credit due to being domestic programs
The deadline for Collaborative Program Applications for the spring semester is November 1
The deadline for Collaborative Program Applications for the summer is February 1
The deadline for Collaborative Program Applications for the fall semester is April 1
The study programs listed above are not eligible for institutional scholarships and/or funded aid. Off-campus study programs that are directly sponsored by Lee University and led by Lee University faculty are the only study programs eligible for institutionally-funded aid. Federal aid or other non-university aid can be put towards the cost of these programs.