GO GREEK in Greece!

Our partner university in Greece is hosting a “GO GREEK” program this summer as a way for you to experience what “Going Greek” really means. Join members of different chapters from ISU as well as other members from universities across the US in Thessaloniki, Greece for this 3-week program! You will receive credit for a 3-credit culture class from American College of Thessaloniki while completing service projects in the local community. Collaborate with others through community service during this international experience and once in a lifetime opportunity!

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Field trips are included in the price, so why not take advantage of Greece’s beautiful scenery? Field trips include visiting Mt. Olympus, Royal Macedonian Tombs in Vergina, Athens, Delphi, Byzantine Museum, and more! A few overnight stays are also included.

Project sites have included Municipal Vineyard, Center for the Blind, Thermaikos Gulf Coastline, and Refugee Assistance Centers. These service projects will help you connect with the people of the community while making an impact. You can also experience Greek hospitality and culture with a Greek cooking lesson and Greek Folk dancing!

Students interested must first apply through the ISU Study Abroad Office before applying through ACT. Our application deadline for all summer programs is March 1st, but applications are now being accepted! Make sure to apply early to confirm your spot as ACT’s GO GREEK program deadline is also March 1st.

For more information, contact our office by email at ISU-StudyAbroad@mail.indstate.edu, book an appointment with a Study Abroad Advisor on our website, or check out ACT’s link here.

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