Virtual Camino de Santiago Pilgrimage

Virtual Camino de Santiago Pilgrimage

During the Lenten Season of 2021, Education Abroad Office invited members of the Seattle University community in a move-a-thon, traveling virtually through France and Spain along the ancient Camino de Santiago

The Education Abroad Office officially completed the 480 miles to complete the virtual route 2 weeks ahead of schedule! We had over 75 participates which included students, staff, faculty, and alumni. We were also able to fundraise over $900 for our Education Abroad Scholarship. Thank you again for all those who participated!


Bitmoji of EAO staff next to a road with the Camino Shell

Trade in your quarantine blues for traveling shoes! Thanks to our campus partners, Alumni Engagement, Center for Jesuit Education, Campus Ministry, College of Nursing, Dean of Students, and Office of Wellness and Health Promotion, we have more than 60 Seattle University students, staff, faculty, alumni, and friends moving the length of the Camino de Santiago.

Thanks to our campus partners: Alumni Engagement, Center for Jesuit Education, Campus Ministry, College of Nursing, Dean of Students, and Office of Wellness and Health Promotion for their sponsorship of student, faculty/staff, and alumni entries. 

Donate to the Education Abroad Scholarship

With this fun virtual event, the Education Abroad Office is promoting the new Education Abroad Scholarship Fund, in hopes to help Seattle U students with financial need realize their goal of studying abroad. Please consider donating towards this scholarship for students’ future studies abroad. For many students, cost is a significant barrier to studying abroad. Even small donations can go a long way in opening doors for students as small costs add-up. For example:

  • $25 for a travel plug adapter
  • $50 for in-country transportation
  • $100 for a program application fee
  • $150 to get a passport for the first time

Donate to EAO Scholarship