Despite challenges, many colleges still expect increases in participation. Others, worried about transferring aid out of the institution, set limits.
Under new curriculum, Susquehanna U. says students must go away. But it's the course they take when they come back that's required.
Campuses are going green and going international. With air travel as the elephant in the room, how to reconcile the two?
Predominantly white and conservative community college in Wyoming aims to celebrate differences in culture, ethnicity and sexual orientation where there are few.
Student cheating, a common problem when it comes to American students, is complicated further when students cross cultures and ethical boundaries, sessions at registrars' meeting reveal.
Colleges are requiring global experiences, but are flexible in terms of where those experiences can take place.
In study abroad, there's been concern about U.S. students contracting the H1N1 virus while abroad; now, there's also concern about them spreading it.
Turns out, it's mainly about the money, a survey shows.
At international educators' conference, panelists discuss the impact of the financial crisis on student mobility.
Research explores impact of short-term study abroad, and factors that put foreign students at risk of cultural adjustment problems.
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