Studying abroad is a meaningful way to build intercultural competency skills and gain insights into another culture. But have you considered the ways that you can gain the same skills and experiences right here on Tulane's campus? The international community at Tulane is a large and thriving population of students, faculty and staff. They are involved in the classroom, in on-campus organizations and in various other projects and programs. The Center for Global Education promotes a number of ways that international and domestic students can work together to foster intercultural learning and understanding. Here are just a few of the ways that you can get involved, either before or after your study abroad experience!
Get involved in the International Student Advisory Board through committee work
Participate in OISS Orientation Activities
Serve as a TU Pal to incoming international and exchange students
Come to Global Cafe to meet Tulanians from all over the world
Participate in cross-cultural programming such as International Education Week & the International Food and Music Festival