Off-Campus Studies

Senior English major Quincy Voris ('12) poses after the class hike to the Corycian Cave near Delphi, Greece, the mythical home of the Corycian muses and a worship site for the god Pan.  In the background is Mount Parnassus, sacred home of the god Pan and the muses.


Luther College consistently ranks in the top ten to twenty U.S. colleges in the percentage of its students who study abroad. The English faculty encourage study away through a flexible course transfer policy and by leading their own courses. A sampling of opportunities:

Luther Students studying in Nottingham, England, on a visit to the Lake District, listen to Professor Mark Z. Muggli lecture on the history of walking
Dramatic Greece students perform readers' theatre in the ancient theater site in Argos, Greece.
Students in Dramatic Greece class model their theatre masks in Athens