Boarding Pass Sessions Answer Students' Questions about Studying Abroad

October 01, 2014

Applying for an education abroad experience can be stressful. Fortunately, a new program from the Education Abroad Office will give students the information they need to make their dreams of world travel into a reality.

Beginning Tuesday Oct. 7, 2014, the Education Abroad Office will host weekly Boarding Pass information sessions in University College Room 127 throughout the fall semester. These hour-long sessions (running from 4:00pm to 5:00pm) are open to all students and will feature a presentation about Kennesaw State’s education abroad opportunities that covers the different countries students can visit, the application process, and how to pay for the program.

Best of all, each Boarding Pass session gives students ample time to ask questions. Whether they are curious about cost, scholarship opportunities, earning Global Engagement Certification, or simply what it’s like to actually be a part of an education abroad program, students can get answers to any question they have. Knowledgeable education abroad advisors will be present at each Boarding Pass event.

Boarding Pass will be held every Tuesday at 4:00pm in University College Room 127. The sessions will give students the answers they need to see the world with confidence.

For additional information, contact Nadine Northcutt at 470-578-2092 or nnorthcu@kennesaw.edu.

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