Study Abroad

Information Sessions

Want to find out more about how you can study abroad? Visit one of our information sessions on your campus or find us at an event!

Thursday, August 29Folsom LakeFL1-812:00pm-1:00pm
Thursday, August 31American RiverTBA12:15pm-1:15pm
Tuesday, September 12Cosumnes RiverOrchard Room (inside Cafeteria)12:00pm-1:00pm
Wednesday, September 13

Paris Summer 2018 Program Emphasis
Folsom Lake CollegeFL-240 (The Roost)12:00pm-1:00pm
Wednesday, September 13Carmichael Library

5605 Marconi Avenue

Carmichael, CA

Carmichael Meeting Room6:00pm-7:00pm
Thursday, September 14

Gilman Scholarship Information Session
American RiverRaef Room 16012:15pm-1:15pm
Tuesday, September 19Sacramento CityLRC 10512:00om-1:00pm
Tuesday, October 3Sacramento CityLRC 10512:00pm-1:00pm
Tuesday, October 10Folsom LakeAspen Hall, FL1-812:00pm-1:00pm

Study Abroad is a wonderful opportunity to explore another culture in the safest possible situation.

The rewards to students are lifelong and include the opportunity to acquire a level of global competence recommended by the United States Congress and valued by transfer institutions and employers.



NCSAC & AIFS Partnership

The Northern California Study Abroad Consortium (of which the Los Rios Community College District is a member) enables us to teach our academic program abroad, using our faculty, curriculum and style. The American Institute for Foreign Study (AIFS) Partnership works closely with us to coordinate support arrangements.

To learn more about the NCSAC & AIFS partnership visit

Semester Term

  • Take classes from community college professors.
  • Enroll in the Sacramento City College Life and Culture class (3 units) and at least three other courses being offered  through the program for a total of 12 units.
  • All classes are eligible for transfer to the CSU and UC systems and fulfill GE and graduation requirements.

Summer Term

  • Take classes from community college professors.