International Center News and Upcoming Events

 

 

NEW! Are you a new international student applying to UNF in 2018? You may be eligible for a scholarship

 

Study Abroad Info Sessions

International Center Conference Room, 58E/2300 

Study Abroad Basics: Every Friday, 11:00 am - 12:00 pm.

Study Abroad 101 & Funding: Tuesday, November 7,  4:00 pm - 5:00 pm.


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International Education Week (IEW). November 13 to November 2017
Numerous international activities across campus. 

 

Monday, Nov. 13  

 

INTERNATIONAL TRIVIA with Campus Life, 6:00 pm, UNF Boathouse.

Compete in this internationally themed trivia bowl!  Bring your friends and have a chance to win prizes!

 

Tuesday, Nov. 14 

 

TWISTED TUESDAYS with Campus Life, featuring International Street Signs, 6:00 pm, Osprey Plaza

Come out and join us to make an internationally themed signs with Campus Life!

 

Wanna taco Bout Study Abroad with ACE & Coggin Study Abroad, 11:00am - 1 pm, ACE, Building 2

Freshman & Sophomores, let’s talk about how you can Study Abroad your Junior and Senior Year!

 

Wednesday, Nov. 15 

 

INTERNATIONAL DAY with UNF Dining Services, all day, Osprey Café

Come out and support your fellow int’l osprey, Julia, as her family Nigerian recipe is showcased at Osprey Café!

 

Thursday, Nov. 16 

 

WORLD FEST VILLAGE, 12:00 am – 2:00 pm, Osprey Plaza

Enjoy free food and music from around the world!

 

Friday, Nov. 17 

 

INTERNATIONAL Research Symposium with International Studies, and the office of undergraduate research, 10:00 am – 3:00 pm, Student Union Ballrooms

Learn about student research on campus



Mission Statement

The mission of the International Center is to provide and enhance, through both curricular and co-curricular activities, a range of opportunities which can expand the global understanding of the UNF community. To that end, the International Center is responsible for (1) recruiting and providing programs, activities, and services that address the specific needs of international students on campus and (2) developing and promoting study abroad activities for domestic students who seek international learning experiences. In addition, the International Center serves as the University’s compliance unit for federal regulations relating to international students and scholars. The International Center has four sub-units that deal with Study Abroad, International Students, the Student Affairs International Learning Scholarship (SAILS), and International Programs in general. 

 

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