Reed has a number of exchange programs for students interested in domestic off-campus study. Students who are interested in these programs are encouraged to meet with their faculty adviser and the off-campus program director to develop a study plan. In order to initiate this process, the International Programs Office has prepared example study plans for each major, which can be downloaded below. Faculty-approved affiliations are listed here. Students in good academic standing who are approved by the faculty for participation in these programs are able to use their financial aid and are registered as regular students at the College.
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Howard University in Washington, D. C., is a predominantly black university with particularly strong offerings in areas of black culture, history, and literature.
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Sarah Lawrence, located in New York within a half hour by train from New York City, offers students highly rated courses in fields including women's studies, African-American studies, creative writing, performing arts, and European studies.
The Sea Education Association, headquartered on a 13-acre campus in Woods Hole, is a partner in the scientific work of that community and a recognized nationalleader in education under sail. Nearly 5000 students have completed the SEA Semester program, considered by many to be among the most intellectually and physically demanding educational experiences available to undergraduates.
Example Study Plans
Mathematics-Physics (under revision)
Physics (under revision)
Physics-Chemistry (under revision)
THE REGISTRAR HAS PROVIDED INFORMATION ABOUT HOW CREDITS WILL BE TRANSFERRED TO REED FOR EACH APPROVED OFF-CAMPUS PROGRAM HERE
Downloadable Application Forms for Reed Programs
Returned participants should complete the program evaluation form.
The office remains a resource for students interested in non-Reed exchanges.