For the past fifty years a cornerstone of Kalamazoo College's academic program and reputation has been built upon its study abroad program. Yet, since study abroad was devised and implemented at Kalamazoo College in 1958 much has changed: the college currently attracts a much more economically diverse student body, for whom the costs of study abroad may seem to be out of reach; a more culturally diverse student body, for whom the traditional virtues of studying abroad may not be obvious; and a more international student body, some of whom may regard study at Kalamazoo College as their "study abroad" experience. In addition, a relatively new general education program with minimal requirements has led to more students choosing to remain on campus to pursue multiple majors, and making study abroad unfeasible if they wish to complete multiple majors in four years. In an attempt to better address the study abroad needs of our current student body, in order to provide them with rich and meaningful off-campus opportunities, we are applying to the Internationalization Innovation Fund to pursue over the next two academic years an evaluation of learning outcomes for study abroad programs, an audit of our current portfolio of study abroad programs (based on their alignment with learning outcomes and with the current curricular needs of both students and faculty), and an exploration of new financially sustainable study abroad options that align with campus interests. This will build on work that we began during fall/winter 2016.