If you’re from a country outside the United States, or have an interest in international cultures and issues, you’ll find many opportunities to explore your niche and learn about others. Join one of many student-run cultural organizations that include the Chinese Students Association, El Ritmo Latino, the South Asian Student Association, the Vietnamese American Student Association, the Malaysian Student Association, and the International Student Association (ISA).
Attend thought-provoking lectures and panel discussions by internationally renowned speakers presented by the Principal Financial Group Center for Global Citizenship.
Academically, you’ll have access to a variety of programs with an international focus, including an international relations major, a minor in international business, several language and cultural programs, a concentration in global public health, and opportunities to work and study abroad.
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August 29 - First day of Fall 2016 semester
October 1 - FAFSA available for Fall 2017
October 10 - Campus Preview Day
Mid-October - Application & scholarship review begins for Fall 2017 students
November 14 - Campus Preview Day