Skip to main
  • People stand in front of blue sky with water

    A look back at Jan Term 2023

    Jan Term is a three-week session that allows students and faculty to explore new areas and expand their intellectual horizons.
  • Budapest city building.

    Discovering leadership abroad in Hungary, Austria, and the Czech Republic

    What does it mean to become a leader? How do you best practice citizenship in the world? Students in Leadership Across Cultures found out when they traveled to Hungary, Austria, and the Czech Republic to grow their identities in rich cultural settings (with plenty of scenic vistas). The study abroad trip was offered by the Office of Student Engagement as part of the Excellence in Leadership program.
  • Study Abroad Budapest Spring 2022

    McDaniel students study abroad during spring semester

    During the Spring 2022 semester, 17 McDaniel College students immersed themselves in another country through their study abroad experience.
  • Mortar board at commencement.

    McDaniel College Class of 2022: By the Numbers

    Here’s to McDaniel’s Class of 2022. All 506 of them. A diverse group, they have 63 different majors and traveled from ten countries and 23 states and D.C. to study on the Hill. Want to know more? Top majors? Where they studied abroad? How many are College Scholars? Read on!
  • McDaniel College campus in Fall with Keep the World Moving banner

    McDaniel selects students as Global Fellows

    McDaniel College selects 16 students into the college's Global Fellows program. The Global Fellows program is a three-year program that is designed to enhance students’ understanding of global issues, develop heightened intercultural competency and cultivate the skills and attitudes important to leading successful lives in a global context. Students earn a Global Fellow designation on their transcript upon completion of the program.
  • A group photo of McDaniel students studying abroad in Budapest.

    McDaniel Students Study Abroad for Fall Semester

    During the Fall 2021 semester, eight McDaniel College students are studying abroad at McDaniel’s European campus in Budapest, Hungary.
  • John Mendenhall

    Rising junior awarded national study abroad scholarship

    McDaniel College rising junior John Mendenhall is looking forward to having a deeper understanding of Middle Eastern culture after being awarded a national study abroad scholarship. Mendenhall of Bethesda, Md., has been awarded a James G. Stemler Study Abroad Scholarship from Alpha Lambda Delta.
  • Students with cap and gown

    McDaniel College Class of 2021: By the Numbers

    Here’s to McDaniel’s Class of 2021. All 587 of them. A diverse group, they have 55 different majors and traveled from nine countries and 25 states and D.C. to study on the Hill. Want to know more? Top majors? Where they studied abroad? How many are College Scholars? Read on!
  • Khadijatou Diop

    McDaniel junior awarded Gilman Scholarship to study abroad through virtual French immersion program

    McDaniel College junior Khadijatou Diop hopes to become a more versatile French teacher after earning a $5,000 Gilman Scholarship to study abroad through the virtual French immersion program at Université Laval in Canada. Diop, a French major with a minor in Secondary Education from Columbia, Md., was one of 2,386 undergraduate students from across the nation selected to participate in the prestigious United States Department of State’s Benjamin A. Gilman Scholarship Program.
  • McDaniel College has announced its plans for Fall 2021, including a return to near-normal operations and face-to-face instruction for undergraduate students.

    McDaniel College announces Fall 2021 plans

    McDaniel College has announced its plans for Fall 2021, including a return to near-normal operations and face-to-face instruction for undergraduate students. McDaniel is planning for a primarily in-person experience with more than 90 percent of undergraduate classes to be offered as traditional in-person classes and 100 percent of labs. The other 10 percent of classes will mostly be offered in a hybrid format, which includes an in-person component.