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A semester in the culturally rich and environmentally breathtaking country of Belize offers CCSP students a mind-blowing learning experience! CCSP's tropical campus on the Macal River is home to toucans, iguanas, leaf-cutter ants, and much more. From snorkeling inches above brilliant coral reefs and studying the verdant tropical rainforest, to undertaking internships specailizing in public health, biological research, agriculture, or whatever your major interest may be, CCSP students consider more fully the nexus of biblical faith, justice, ecology, and sustainable development.
CCSP New Zealand
Nestled beneath the mighty Kaikoura mountain range, yet only one mile from the Pacific Ocean, CCSP's New Zealand program offers students an amazing and unique semester experience! By exploring New Zealand's unique culture, beautiful forests, mountain glaciers and abundant marine life (includling sperm whales, dolphins, and seals), CCSP students gain new and exciting perspectives on the nexus of biblical faith, ecology and justice in leading sustainable lifestyles.
Our Classic Video Is Back!
The original CCSP promo video is back by popular demand. It was retired after CCSP New Zealand stopped going to Samoa after we moved the program to the marine wonderland of Kaikoura and started doing our marine course right outside our own front door!! Apart from the Samoa references and images this video captures the heart and soul of CCSP.
An Instant Classic Belize Video!
Belize student, Brooke Dorwart, created this video to highlight her fall 2014 semester experience. One short clip each day adds up to be one great video. Thanks Brooke!
Reading our blogs is the best way to experience the program without being there. It's great for friends and family to keep up with what's going on, and for students considering CCSP it's a great way to get a feel for the program.Read more
We’re thrilled to announce that starting in the Spring 2014 semester CCSP New Zealand will be offering a 1 credit core course in “Te reo Maori,” the Maori language!Read more