DePauw University's Pre-College Study Abroad Program
Committed to immersion in language learning, solidarity through service, and engaging students as global citizens.
The Bob Hershberger Servicio en las Américas is a program designed for incoming first-year DePauw students interested in social justice, international curiosity, intellectual challenges, and the Spanish language. You will have the opportunity to immerse yourself in a four-week intensive summer program on DePauw’s campus and in an international setting prior to the beginning of the academic year.
Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the DePauw has decided to cancel the 2020 program. Please watch for updates regarding future programs and opportunities for new DePauw students.
This program was established in 2007 by Bob Hershberger, Professor of Modern Languages, made possible by a generous gift and ongoing commitment to an international education by Steven L. Trulaske, a 1979 alumnus. The Steve Trulaske International Scholarship Fund covers 100% of program related expenses for students selected to participate on this one-of-a-kind pre-college study abroad program.
The Five Pillars of Servicio:
For additional information about applying to Servicio en las Américas, contact the Admissions Office.
Questions about program details can be directed to the Hubbard Center.