Study Abroad opportunities at Mercer include two paths to international education: Semester Abroad and short-term, faculty-led Study Tours. Both take students outside the traditional classroom to learn about and experience world culture, business, history, art, science and more.
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MCCC Study Abroad participants in Cuba, with a mural depicting figures from the country's revolution. Pictured, from left, are Professor Durso-Finley, Rachel Levitt, Jennifer Vitella, Bridget Phelan and Brendon Pearsall.
Mercer County Community College Study Abroad students during a 2015 trip to Cuba, outside the Art Museum in Havana, from left, Theodis Ratliff, Brendon Pearsall (back), Bridget Phelan, Jennifer Vitella, Virginia Kerr, Angie Barbush, Prof. Durso-Finley, Rachel Levitt, Barbara Costabile, Roham Nejad, Prof. D'Arpa and LaTanya Richardson.