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Students: Daily information sessions offered on learning abroad options

The Center for International Studies and Programs will host daily information sessions for students interested in learning how to explore their world and enhance their academic career.

UT graduate students Kristen Huffman and Erin Flaherty posed for a photo in Amsterdam while studying abroad.

UT graduate students Kristen Huffman and Erin Flaherty posed for a photo in Amsterdam while studying abroad.

The information sessions will be held in Snyder Memorial Building Room 1100:

• Monday through Thursday from 3 to 4 p.m. and

• Friday from 11 a.m. to noon.

Students can register online at utoledo.edu/cisp/infosession; walk‐ins are welcome.

“Students will learn about various options that fit their goals and interests,” said Michelle Ploeger, international education specialist. “We also will go over the different programs and provide next steps to get them on their way. Ideally, students will want to plan a year out from when they want to depart.”

Programs highlighted during the information sessions will include Study Abroad, National Student Exchange, Camp Adventure and the Washington Center.

“Students are encouraged to attend a daily Center for International Studies and Programs Information session,” Ploeger added. “These sessions will serve as a good starting point where they can learn more.”



The UT community is invited to explore the Center for International Studies and Programs website at utoledo.edu/cisp to learn more about the different opportunities for students and resources for the entire campus community.

The Center for International Studies and Programs supports internationalization efforts at UT by creating links among students, faculty, staff, visiting scholars and the community that foster cross-cultural understanding and appreciation. The center encourages global citizenship through innovative educational, cultural and service learning programming and through student and scholar exchanges.

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