L’Abri Fellowship

L’Abri is a French word that means “shelter.” The first L’Abri community was founded in Switzerland in 1955 by Dr. Francis Schaeffer and his wife, Edith. Dr. Schaeffer was a Christian theologian and philosopher who also authored a number of books on theology, philosophy, general culture and the arts.

The L’Abri communities are study centers in Europe, Asia and America where individuals have the opportunity to seek answers to honest questions about God and the significance of human life. L’Abri believes that Christianity speaks to all aspects of life.

Learn more about L’Abri at http://labri.org/

Global Education Oregon (GEO)

Gutenberg students have access to more than 250 academically rigorous and thematically diverse study abroad programs in 90 countries through GEO’s centers in Europe, Africa, Asia, and the Americas.

Gutenberg students interested in availing themselves of a study abroad opportunity can explore programs and courses at geo.uoregon.edu.

Students interested in studying abroad while at Gutenberg should first contact the Gutenberg College registrar to determine if a desired program will fulfill a graduation requirement.

Students may also contact the GEO office at the University of Oregon with questions about specific programs.

Global Education Oregon (GEO)
333 Oregon Hall 5209
University of Oregon
Eugene, OR 97403

P: 541-346-3207
P: 800-654-2051

24/7 Emergencies: 503-764-4146

Email: geoinfo@uoregon.edu