Buffalo State's French-language immersion program is hosted by the University of Western Ontario's Trois-Pistoles French Immersion School.
Students spend mornings in intensive language class. During the afternoon an array of workshops are offered, including photography, video, choir, communication, journalism, sports, folk culture, and volunteer community work.
Students proficient in French may organize independent study projects on Quebecois culture. Trois-Pistoles offers an extensive and varied program of social and cultural events, including films, concerts, plays, lectures, dances, student talent shows, French-Canadian folklore evenings and excursions to neighboring regions.
$3,420 for New York State residents; $5,980 for non-residents, 10 credits
$4,520 for New York State residents; $6,190 for non-residents
Cost includes tuition, college fees, housing, all meals, insurance, and roundtrip train fare from Niagara Falls, Ontario.
July 7-August 8
With a French-Canadian family.
Freshmen, sophomores, juniors, seniors, graduate students, and adults; good academic standing at the home institution; cumulative average of 2.5 or better; one semester of college-level French or equivalent required.
Rolling admissions through April 1.