Study Abroad programs at COCC with the Oregon International Education Consortium
Fall Quarter in Barcelona
Study in the Mediterranean capitol of Catalonia. Explore a city as old as its Roman roots and medieval center, but as new as its Gaudi park, nouveau art architecture and 1992 Olympic make-over. This ten-week program offers activities and courses in Spanish culture and language. Other AAOT transfer courses offered in fall 2017 will be determined by fall 2016. (Students at Chemeketa CC, Clackamas CC, Mt. Hood CC, Portland CC or Rogue CC will need to register with COCC for the Fall 2017 term and then transcript their completed classes with their home institution after returning from Barcelona.)
Use the blue link above to get started: Find applications, information about Barcelona, the program, the classes, and suggested steps to Spain!
Check below on this page for more information about scholarships.
Last Spring 2016 Term Information Meeting for Study Abroad in Barcelona, Spain.
- Wednesday, June 1, 3:15-3:45 pm; MADRAS #116
Check back here for more information sessions for the Barcelona 2017 program coming during fall 2016 and winter 2017.
Contact Jon Bouknight, COCC's Study Abroad Committee Chair, with your specific questions.
Study-Abroad Scholarship Information
Gilman International Scholarship Program
Benjamin A. Gilman Scholarships award up to $5,000 to students who are currently receiving a Pell Grant for their education at COCC. Our last survey showed that one in three applicants receives an award, which averages $3,500. Scholarship application deadline for COCC's Fall 2017 program in Barcelona, Spain will be early March 2017.
ASCOCC Study Abroad Scholarship
Students who have applied for a COCC study abroad program are invited to apply for the the ASCOCC Study Abroad scholarship. Download the application and information at this link:
ASCOCC Study Abroad Scholarship information-application (Word doc).
E. Fridell Memorial Scholarships
Dale E. Fridell Memorial Scholarship, and it's open to anyone currently
attending or aspiring to attend a university, college, trade school, technical
institute, vocational training or other post-secondary education program. .
Additional Scholarship Information
Students interested in other study abroad resources should check at the Barber Library and elsewhere for further information about new and continuing scholarships. Moneygeek, a private firm, offers information on study abroad scholarships on their website as well.