Ghana Spring Break
March 2–11, 2018

Spend your Spring Break travelling with Outreach Global for teaching, training, research and other related programs in Ghana, Africa. There is no better way to immerse yourself in the local society and culture of Ghana than joining the Outreach Global Tour. The Ghana educational tours will help you:

  • Learn about Ghanaian higher education
  • Network for collaborative research, faculty and students' community-based exchanges
  • Participate in community development programs
  • Explore historical sites

You will also get to visit Kakum National Park, Boti Falls & Kumasi, and Cape Coast & Elmina Castles. Join our unique program, contribute and engage in global outreach.

Ghana Spring Break Flyer

The cost of the trip is $2000+ not including airfare. The $2000 price includes a $100 non-refunable fee.

A payment plan option is available. Payment one $400; Payment two $400 within 30 days; Payment $400 within 60 days.

  • Credit card payment plan option, call (334) 844-4782 and speak to Leslie.
  • Check payment plan option, send or deliver Payment One check to
    ATTN: Ghana Spring Break Deposit
    Office of Public Service
    135 South College Street
    209 O.D. Smith Hall
    Auburn University, AL 36849-5607.

Online Registration

You may pay by cash or check in person at the following address between the hours of 7:45 A.M. and 4:00 P.M.:

  • Office of Public Service
    135 South College Street
    209 O.D. Smith Hall
    Auburn, AL 36849-5607

You may mail your cash or check to the following address:

  • ATTN: Ghana Spring Break Deposit
    Office of Public Service
    135 South College Street
    209 O.D. Smith Hall
    Auburn University, AL 36849-5607
An Auburn student high-fives Ghanian students during Spring Break trip to Ghana, Africa

"I had an amazing time in Ghana. We did so much in those few days. I could easily say my experience at Cape Coast Castle was the most powerful and eating breakfast/ dinner on the beach was the most relaxing. My favorite part of the trip was visiting the kids at school and being able to interact/ observe them in the classroom."

Daniel Walker, AU alumnus and former membership Graduate Assistant at Auburn Recreation & Wellness


An Auburn student poses with Ghanian students during Spring Break trip to Ghana, Africa

"I set out to Ghana with an open mind and an eagerness to experience another culture, but nothing could have prepared me for the experiences and insight I’ve gained from going to Ghana. From exploring a rainforest, seeing historical sights, visiting beautiful beaches, and exploring the fascinating capital city Accra, plus all of the wonderful people I met along the way, it was everything you could ask for of a Spring Break and more."

Mike O’Key, Undergraduate, Double major in Environmental Design and Public Administration Chair; Inclusion & Diversity Committee | SGA Senate


An Auburn student poses in front of gold statue in Ghana, Africa

"Working in Ghana with the University of Cape Coast (UCC) was quite the experience, especially while connecting with the UCC College of Distance Education (CoDE). During several meetings set-up by Dr. Elizabeth Essamuah-Quansah, the Coordinator for Outreach Global, I was able to embark with others on the search for how to help future students in the online learning environment. After several discussions with the UCC CoDE on online teaching and learning, it was clear that both universities can learn from one another. As a society, Ghana is a sight to behold. From the city to Kakum National Park to Cape Coast Castle, there is something for everyone. Cape Coast Castle helped me understand what life was like for some people during its operation [as part of the trans-Atlantic slave trade]."

Nicole Ferney, Ph.D. EFLT student


An Auburn student, Khalil Johnson, poses with Ghanian students during Spring Break trip to Ghana, Africa

"My trip to Ghana was one that I am still learning to describe with words. I was exposed to such a different culture and witnessed something breath-taking at least once daily, for the duration of the trip. Through the knowledge that I gained, I am able to inform my family and friends about the things I witnessed. My encounters completely shifted how I think about most things I deal with here in America. It is an experience that I will certainly never forget."

Khalil Johnson, Undergraduate - Electrical Engineering student

Last Updated: November 30, 2017