The Study Abroad fair took place last Thursday from 10:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. in the DiGiorgio Campus Center lobby. Many representatives from many different programs, such as Institute for the International Education of Students, The Education Abroad Network, CEA, Academic Programs International and others were there to show students the different opportunities available for study abroad. Students can go to China, Japan, England, Spain and many more.
“The representatives were very helpful with information on the academic opportunities in different countries,” said freshman Spanish education major Lawrence Sutton.
Students were able to talk to the representatives and gain more knowledge about possible interests they have. For more information on studying abroad, visit the International Center in 218 Dinkins Hall.