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“The country is amazing—from the fascinating historical and political aspects, to the beautiful architecture and old cars, to the incredibly welcoming locals. On this program, you can spend a morning in classes learning about the Cuban Revolution, spend your afternoon in the park talking to locals about the pros and cons of the current economic system, and spend your evenings out on the town dancing along to some wonderful salsa music.”
Participant in La Habana, Cuba
A USAC alumna — Ivón Padilla-Rodríguez — was recently named as one of the “Top 10 College Women 2014” by Glamour Magazine for her volunteer work, academic standing, and hard-nosed determination to make a positive change in...
USAC Alum, Rebecca Whistler, recently returned from her adventures in Cuba, and after some time to gain her bearings, stateside–she gladly agreed to do an informal presentation for the Central Office on Havana, Cuba, to share her thoughts...
Don’t let the horse drawn carriage or the black and white filter fool you. This picture was taken in 2012, calling shenanigans? Cuba has long been closed-off to much of the world due to its governmental administration, but has recently started...
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Summer I or I & II: Apr. 1
Summer II: May 1
January: Nov. 1
Minimum GPA: 2.5