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*Attention new international applicants* At this time, the Office of International Education is accepting emailed copy of transcripts for admission review. Please email all admission documents to [email protected]. Official documents will still need to be provided by mail before your arrival for the Fall 2020 semester. You can also schedule a virtual appointment with an International Admissions Specialist here.
Are you looking for ways to connect with fellow students locally and globally? Are you interested in finding out about programs that can help you develop global competency and 21st century skills? The Office of International Education (OIE) invites you to information sessions we are holding to tell you more about how to get involved:
The Global Competency Collaborative Certificate (GC3) Program: This three-year program focuses on helping students develop global awareness, engagement, and competency as well as 21st century skills. Students have the opportunity to engage with domestic and international students for deliberative dialogues, guest speaker events, and other unique experiences.
The Global Engagement e-Certificate Program: This 10-week program will bring students together to have critical discussions on global issues surrounding sustainability. Students will have the chance to develop intercultural competency, learn more about the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals, meet new friends from around the world, and gain confidence in have difficult discussions on complex issues. If all program requirements are met, students have the opportunity to earn an e-Certificate.