Update Regarding Travel Study Trips and Coronavirus (COV-19):
While we remain hopeful that trips will resume operating again later this year, decisions are being made about each upcoming trip in order of departure and based upon the most recent information available from health and government officials. We anticipate the rescheduling of many trips and will update the online calendar as changes are made. The health and safety of our alumni travelers and their guests is of the utmost importance and we are coordinating with our travel partners to evaluate each of our upcoming travel programs accordingly.
A roster of tentative trips for 2022 is in progress and we are eager to help the alumni community to get out and explore as soon as it is safe to do so. Listings below will be updated with more information on upcoming tours as they are confirmed.
Please contact the Alumni Travel Study Program office at email@example.com with any questions or for additional assistance with your upcoming Alumni Travel Study Program plans. We are here to help provide you with all available information. Brochures, rates and itineraries will be posted as soon as we are able to safely resume travel and trip details are finalized.
The Alumni Travel Study Program offers specially curated travel opportunities across the globe. From epic adventures to destinations like Antarctica, river and ocean cruises, and small group experiential programs exploring local food, culture, and history, these programs enable alumni to combine learning and pleasure. The travel study experience is often enriched by the participation of Columbia faculty, peer institution lecturers, marquee speakers, and local experts. Friends and family are always welcome to join you.
Please click here to request a brochure, or to join our mailing list for all trip announcements by mail.
Travel with the CAA from November 2 - 15, 2021, on this epic, 14-day journey to the classical world’s cradle of civilization. Visit three continents, navigate the legendary waterways of the Red Sea, Mediterranean Sea, and Aegean Sea, transit the seminal Suez Canal, and experience eight magnificent UNESCO World Heritage sites.