SST Destination Schedule

Sign-up instructions: Go to myGC and look for the SST form in the lower right corner.

Students hoping to go on SST in 2021 – 2022 can register for semester-long SST units in the EcuadorSenegal and Indonesia.  

Semester-long Offerings

Fall 2021-2022

Ecuador | Leaders: Caleb Longenecker Fox and Nina Fox
China | Leaders: Susan and Ben Setiawan

Spring 2021-2022

Ecuador | Leaders: Caleb Longenecker Fox and Nina Fox
Indonesia | Leaders: John and Ruth Mischler

May/Summer 2021-2022

Ecuador | Leaders: Caleb Longenecker Fox and Nina Fox
Senegal | Leaders: David Lind and Kendra Yoder

Short-term and single course options

Cultural perspectives courses (INTL251) emphasize hands-on learning with people from a variety of cultures. Community engaged learning courses (INTL271) emphasize service and include volunteering with a non-profit organization.

May Term 2020-2021

  • INTL 251 From Chicago to Amish Country — 3 credits
    Professor: Philipp Gollner
  • INTL251 Fictions of Empire in London — 3 credits
    Professor: Peter Miller
  • INTL251 Youth and Resilience in Guatemala— 3 credits
    Professor: Robert Brenneman
  • INTL251 Ecology and Sustainability in the Indian Himalaya— 3 credits
    Professor: Jonathon Schramm
  • INTL271 Ecology and Sustainability in the Indian Himalaya— 3 credits
  • INTL271  Environ Disaster & Response in the US — 3 credits
    Professor: Brianne Brenneman
  • INTL271

See course descriptions

Summer Term 2020-2021

  • INTL271 Ecology and Sustainability in the Indian Himalaya— 3 credits

2022-2023 School Year

  • Ecuador: Fall, spring and summer semesters
  • Tanzania: Spring semester

Previous destinations

Over the years, we have sent students to Belize, Cambodia, Costa Rica, Cuba, Dominican Republic, El Salvador, Egypt, Ethiopia, Germany, Guadeloupe, Haiti, Honduras, Indonesia, Ivory Coast, Jamaica, Mali, Morocco, NicaraguaPeru, Poland and South Korea. Goshen College offered a domestic Latino Studies program in which students studied about, served in and were immersed in the local Latino culture for a semester in Northern Indiana.