Summer Term in San Juan, Puerto Rico
Providing unique learning experiences for students since 1969.
The Summer Terms consist of four-week intensive language and/or content course sessions in June and July. In the Intensive Language Program, students take one 3-credit language course per term and have the option of taking a history course in English for an additional 3 credits. Advanced students in the Integrated Program select one or two courses from a variety of disciplines and may also choose to participate in an internship or service learning opportunity during their summer term.
The Spanish Studies Resident Director and staff guide you through this process of discovery by regular contact with Spanish Studies students and organizing exciting outdoor activities and study trips to get to know the culture and people of Puerto Rico.
Why choose this program?
Intensive Language for Absolute Beginners
Summer Term Programs
2020 Puerto Rico Intensive Language Summer Terms 1 & 2
2020 Puerto Rico Intensive Language Summer Term 2
2020 Puerto Rico Intensive Language Summer Term 1
2020 Puerto Rico Integrated Summer Terms 1 & 2
2020 Puerto Rico Integrated Summer Term 2
2020 Puerto Rico Integrated Summer Term 1
Special Dietary Needs
- Students with food allergies, intolerances, or other medical conditions that require a special diet may incur an extra fee to cover related dietary expenses. Please contact Spanish Studies for additional details.
All fees are in U.S. dollars and based on current exchange rates. Any considerable decrease in the value of the dollar will affect fees.
Meet your Resident Director
Before as Resident Director, I am your go-to person in San Juan. I will help you navigate the Universidad del Sagrado Corazón, point you in the right direction as you develop your intellectual interests, and be there when you need me.
I hope to welcome you and make your visit a rewarding experience, a journey through which you will learn the language while you discover the wonders of Puerto Rico, of the city of San Juan, and of its inhabitants.”