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International Education

International Education

Jan 15
(Martin Luther King, Jr. Day) - No Classes
Feb 19
(President's Day) - No Classes
Mar 11 to Mar 16
Spring Break - No Classes
Mar 29
(Good Friday) - No Classes
Apr 8
(Special Holiday) - No Classes

Five Reasons to Study Abroad

ONE: Knowledge
Living and studying in another culture will teach you valuable information about the world and its peoples.

TWO: Independence
Study Abroad teaches you important things about yourself and your ability to make your way in a new situation and to adapt to another culture.

THREE: World View
Study Abroad gives you the opportunity to learn how people in other cultures deal with the same issues, problems, and opportunity that you do.

FOUR: Employability
Study Abroad experience looks good on your resume. An employer will take a chance on an applicant whose record shows willingness to adapt and try new things.

FIVE: Window of Opportunity
When, for the rest of your life, will you have this rare opportunity to immerse yourself in another culture? For many students, it is much easier to spend a semester abroad early in their college career, before the demands of major course work take over. Of course, you can travel after college but you’ll always be a “tourist”. Take advantage of this chance to be an insider abroad.