Earning college credit while you ROAM
With ROAM, students may earn up to 2 college credits in Spanish for their work abroad. Thanks to a partnership with Grand Valley State University, students collaborate with professors on ROAM staff to show their university-level Spanish skills to earn credit.
Review the expectations for credits, including the post-program writing expectations, as well as deadlines for work to be submitted. Communicate with ROAM staff to clarify expectations as needed.
Register for the credits through a special partnership with Grand Valley State University, including forwarding of current high-school transcript. Confirm registration as a Grand Valley State University student and attend ROAM Language Experiences program.
Complete post-program syllabus requirements, including reflective writing and discussions about language and cultural experiences during the ROAM program. Submit your work for final evaluation on a Credit/No-Credit Basis