Meredith Makes News in Iceland

Meredith College’s study abroad program in Iceland made the news in the program’s base of Skalholt, Iceland.

Skalholt is a village of fewer than 50 people, but it has been the cultural and spiritual capital of Iceland for over 1,000 years; the historic church and school will be the two places where the Meredith group is spending the majority of their time.

Seven students and two faculty members are in Iceland. While in Iceland, the students are writing travel journals for Meredith's web site. To follow along on the group’s adventures, visit the travel journals section of Meredith’s web site.

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