By supporting faculty-led international learning opportunities for FSCJ students and the greater College community, the Center for International Education inspires both an awareness and an appreciation of diverse peoples, cultures and languages within the United States and around the world.
Cultivating global mindedness and a respect of cultural diversity
- Respect for the Earth and all people
- A spirit of wonder
- Inclusive excellence
- A worldwide view
Study Abroad (Coming Soon!)
Study abroad provides students with a global perspective, better preparing them for living and leading in our globally interdependent society. Study abroad is a transformative academic experience with an international perspective. While abroad, students gain knowledge about other peoples and cultures as well as themselves. FSCJ’s faculty-led, short-term study abroad model is committed to providing safe, affordable international learning opportunities for students.
Study U.S.A. (Coming Soon!)
Our study U.S.A. programming provides students the opportunity to broaden their experiences without leaving the United States, offering many benefits similar to our study abroad program.
The Global Scholars Distinction
The Global Scholars Distinction program is dedicated to offering students a global education, which includes internationally focused coursework as well as cultural learning activities and experiences to help them compete in a global economy. To earn the distinction, students must complete 15 hours of globally focused coursework, participate in eight global activities on campus, complete 30 hours of global experiences and complete a capstone presentation. Students who fulfill the Global Scholars Distinction requirements will earn a printed certificate, a designation on their FSCJ transcript and receive special recognition at graduation, which includes a Global Scholars medallion.
Co-Curricular International Learning Opportunities (Coming Soon!)
The Center for International Education plans, facilitates and supports co-curricular international learning activities and events both on and off campus. These events are posted to the College calendar.