Mayterm and Summer Session Programs
Mayterm and summer session programs offer students up to 8 units of credit while studying off campus in the summer. All programs are faculty-led and provide students with an opportunity to learn, live, and engage with the culture around them while building community with their Mayterm cohort.
Mayterm and Summer Session programs 2024 are accepting applications. Click on program links to learn more. Applications for international programs are due November 15.
Footsteps of Paul in Turkey Greece, and Rome Mayterm
Deepen your understanding of the New Testament texts. Travel "alongside" the Apostle Paul and his companions in modern-day Turkey, Greece, and Rome. This program ran in 2023.
Journey into bustling Kolkata, famous for its Kali Temple, where you will serve at Mother Teresa’s Homes. Ride a boat in the Ganges River, the most sacred place for Hindus. Live in rural India, where you will serve children and begin learning a village language, surrounded by challenging economic conditions, yet immense hope. Be prepared for an unforgettable, life-transforming time! This program ran in 2023.
Peace and Conflict in Northern Ireland Mayterm
Broaden and deepen your understanding of how we create, perpetuate, remember, and reconcile conflict – and meet community leaders working toward peace and reconciliation via dialogue and deliberation. Explore Northern Ireland and the Republic of Ireland to see how dialogue is transforming neighborhoods. This program ran in 2023.
Kinesiology in the UK Mayterm 2024
Kinesiology in the UK will run in Mayterm 2024. Stay tuned for more updates!
Westmont in San Francisco Summer Session
Live in a community house in the beautiful neighborhood of Pacific Heights as you gain valuable skills in an internship for organizations serving populations such as the homeless and refugees or for financial and technology companies.
Westmont in Israel Mayterm 2024
Based in Jerusalem University College, experience the holy land with trips to the Negeb, Shephelah, and Galilee in a way that will forever transform your understanding of characters in the pages of the Bible into real people who lived in real places and struggled with the very real issues of life and faith.