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Study Abroad Student Profiles

You can be one of the nearly 20 percent of Mount Mary students who study abroad before they graduate. Mount Mary University specializes in matching study abroad programs to your major so you’re sure to find one that’s right for you! Plus, there's plenty of ways to fit study abroad into your schedule. Go for a semester, over the summer or during a school break.

Mount Mary students have a lot to say about their study abroad experiences.  Read about them now.

Semester-long Programs


Nicolette—a business major, spent a semester studying in Madrid.


Bao-social work major, peace-building certificate


Janelle—a fashion design major who studied at Paris American Academy.


Yolanda—a nursing and Spanish major studied for the semester in Argentina.

Costa Rica 

Cheryl—a dietetics turned Spanish major.


Chloe—a communications major, fine arts minor


Stacey—a dietetics major.


Asia—an apparel product design major.


Brenda—an apparel product design major.


Elizabeth—an apparel design major.

Shamae-Literary Paris

Shamae--a biology & theology major.

Shamae participated in this new faculty-led program format.


Jill -- Early-Middle Childhood Education major


Shantae—a business administration major.


Lauren—a communications major with an emphasis in public relations.


Angela— an apparel product design major.


Roxalyn—a business administration major.

Cecily at Ostia Antica

Cecily -- an art therapy major.

Ireland, Northern Ireland, Scotland

Katie—a graphic design and communication major.


Lourdes—a Business and Philosophy major originally from Micronesia.

Sarah Ireland

Sarah - behavioral science & psychology major

Amy Ireland

Amy - psychology major & peacebuilding certificate


Holly—communications (public relations) major.


Shay—Spanish major

Kari- Peru

Kari—post baccalaureate Spanish major


Hanai—a psychology, Spanish major.


Nikki—an international studies, Spanish major.

Jamila Spain

Jamila - accounting & Spanish major, English minor