Posts tagged with “OCS Newsletter” (All posts)
What Exactly Cancels OCS Programs?19 February 2021
Rob Quanbeck, Program Manager for the Carleton Global Engagement Programs, writes about the grounds on which OCS programs are evaluated for cancellation.
OCS Fellow Corner19 February 2021
Winter term updates from Alexis Shuck ’21, our 2020-2021 OCS Fellow
Review of the OCS World’s Fair15 February 2021
The OCS World’s Fair looked a lot different this year! Check out how OCS adapted to COVID restrictions to create an in person and virtual fair.
Submit to the OCS Photo Contest!15 February 2021
The 35th Annual OCS Photo Contest is live, and looks a little bit different this year! Find out more about the new category we created for this unusual year and the cool prizes you could win!
Student Experiences on Non-Carleton Programs2 February 2021
The coronavirus caused many Non-Carleton Programs to be cancelled for the Fall 2020 semester. Anna Gwin and Kara Sun were two of the students whose programs continued to run despite the pandemic. Get a glimpse into their experiences abroad during a pandemic!
Students’ OCS Stories from Fall 20206 November 2020
Despite the coronavirus pandemic and restrictions on travel, 62 Carleton students are studying off-campus for the 2020 fall term. Check out Updates from the Field to learn about their experiences.
Get a sense of the numbers behind study abroad at Carleton with these OCS statistics!
21-22 programs live6 November 2020
The 2021-22 Carleton programs are live and ready for applications! The first deadline is January 25, 2021 for Summer 2021. Take a look at what programs are running next year.
DIS-Carleton Partnership during a Pandemic6 November 2020
After most OCS programs were cancelled because of the coronavirus, Carleton’s OCS Office at Carleton and the Danish Institute for Study Abroad planned an off-campus program to Copenhagen in less than a month. How did the OCS Office and DIS do it? By being flexible, creative, and collaborative. Their program turned out to be a definite success!
Letter from our 2020-2021 OCS Fellow23 October 2020
Our new fellow Alexis Shuck ’21 reflects on her experiences during her first term as an OCS fellow.