Program Overview

The Verano en México summer program is an opportunity to live and study in one of the most vibrant, picturesque, and culturally rich cities in Mexico. It is the birthplace of Diego Rivera, the great Mexican muralist. Students take courses pertinent to careers in general and bilingual education, ESL, school psychology, ASL (American Sign Language), speech and hearing sciences, Spanish, and exceptional education among others. Students engage the local community by completing learning projects in schools, NGO’s and other social agencies in both rural and urban settings working with international scholars and faculty.

  • Location: Guanajuato, Mexico
    Terms Available: Summer & Summer II
  • Languages of Instruction: English | Spanish
  • Housing: Homestay
  • Requirements: 2.50 GPA | Recommendation
  • What’s Included: Tuition | Housing (Room & Board) Excursions | Insurance
  • Application Deadlines: February 25
  • Credit Type: UA Credit
  • Faculty Contact: Dr. Todd Fletcher
    School of Education Department of Disability and Psycho educational Studies