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be a world traveler

Due to the ongoing challenges posed by the Covid-19 pandemic, all international travel has been suspended for the 2020-2021 school year. CCCU Best Semester programs (international and domestic) have also been cancelled for this academic year. MVNU sponsored domestic travel trips will be assessed for safety by the MVNU Covid-19 taskforce in conjunction with health advisors.

MVNU offers a number of fantastic travel and study abroad programs designed to broaden your perspective, introduce you to new and exciting cultures, and enhance your resume.

Whether you are interested in academic or service travel, domestic or international programs, the Italian coastline, the land where Jesus walked, or the jungles of Belize, MVNU has a travel program for you!

Previous travel opportunities include:

Academic Travel

  • Italy & Vatican
  • Turkey & Greece
  • Israel & Jordan
  • Germany & Switzerland
  • England
  • Egypt
  • Belize
  • New York City
  • Philadelphia
  • Pittsburgh
  • Los Angeles
  • Washington D.C.

Service Learning Travel

  • Belize
  • Swaziland
  • Haiti
  • Croatia, Austria & Hungary
  • Italy
  • Spain, Portugal & France
  • Greater Columbus Area
  • Orlando
  • San Francisco
  • New Orleans
  • Washington, D.C.
  • Guyana
  • Guatemala

"With MVNU, I was able to travel to Swaziland, where I discovered my God-given gift to truly love people."

Amanda (Sparks) Ballmer, '17

"Traveling to Turkey/Greece was amazing. It brought Church History, the Bible, and Theology to life by placing you in their historical settings."

Jake King, '12

Go light your world.

What you learn in the “real world” is just as important as what you learn on campus. Our students have been around the globe, sharing the love of Christ. Whatever their destination, they have served, ministered, and befriended people from other cultures.