The EcoLeague is a consortium of six liberal arts colleges dedicated to environmental stewardship, social change, and educating students to build a sustainable future.
As an EcoLeague member, APU students can spend two semesters studying at one of five partner schools, each located in a different bioregion of the United States. Students can also join many study abroad program offered at another EcoLeague school.
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APU is a member of the inter-college exchange group called the EcoLeague. The EcoLeague is composed of six colleges and universities, all small, all with strong programs in Environmental Science, Sustainability Studies, Marine Biology, Outdoor Studies, and similar programs. The colleges include: APU, College of the Atlantic, Dickinson College, New College of Florida, Northland College, and Prescott College. Through this program, APU students in their sophomore or junior year may elect to spend up to two, non-consecutive semesters studying at EcoLeague member institutions as part of their academic program. Students continue to pay full-time tuition to their home institution. Course Fees, labs, and room & board are paid to the host institution. Travel costs are covered by the student.
For outgoing students (from APU to another institution): work with your academic advisor to ensure you will be taking courses that fit your academic program.