Campus-Wide Global Activities
Making Social Connections
• Apply to live in the Global Community House, a Language House or with an international student.
• Become a mentor to an international student.
• Become a study abroad peer adviser.
• Join one of the many international clubs or organizations on campus.
• Attend a Language Table on a regular basis to converse with other students interested in the language, and with professors and native speakers as well.
• Keep taking language courses or courses related to the location you studied abroad.
• Present on your study abroad experience at local schools and community organizations.
• Make friends with international students.
• Attend “welcome-back” events and discuss your experiences with fellow returnees.
Global Opportunities on Campus
• Language Houses and the Global Community
House offer global living options on campus.
• Dickinson International Television Network
broadcasts programming from around the world across campus.
• Bosler Hall Language Labs support
audio-visual language lessons.
• International Table in the dining hall
promotes cross-cultural conversation.
• Language Tables in the dining hall enhance
• International films are shown at least
once a week on campus.
Clubs and Organizations
ABOLISH-Students for a Freer Sudan
Alternative Spring Break
Asian Society Interest Association
Dickinson Christian Fellowship
Indian Student Association
International Politics & Economics Club
Latin American Club
Middle Eastern Club
Model United Nations
Muslim Student Association
Pan Celtic Society
Students for Social Action
Union Philosophical Society
Making Academic Connections
• Take courses that focus on international
topics and themes.
• Take advanced language courses to continue
your study of foreign languages and cultures.
• Take a course with a visiting
• Attend lectures and discussions focusing
on international topics.
• Develop a senior thesis topic that relates
to your overseas learning.