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Multicultural Students and Study Abroad

NWTC seeks to encourage diversity while increasing global and cultural competency. It is imperative that all students acquire knowledge of, and sensitivity to, global issues. This knowledge and experience will enable students to participate fully in tomorrow’s workforce that will be even more ethnically and culturally diverse than it is today. Our office encourages greater diversity in education abroad programs, particularly among students of color. Our staff will work with you to identify programs and locations to fit your needs and help prepare you for your international experience.

Student Support Services

The Student Support Services Team provides a wide range of opportunities for academic and personal support, social and cultural awareness, and is dedicated to assisting students achieve success through targeted support services outside of the NWTC classroom.

African-American Students

Plato Project Resources

Ten Reasons for African-American Students to Study Abroad

Discrimination Issues

Resources for African-American Students

Asian/Pacific American Students

Plato Project Resources

Ten Reasons for Asian/Pacific Islander Students to Study Abroad

Discrimination Issues

Resources for Asian/Pacific Islander Students

Hispanic/Latino Students

Plato Project Resources

Ten Reasons for Hispanic-American Students to Study Abroad

Discrimination Issues

Resources for Hispanic-American Students

Study Abroad for Bicultural Students

Native American Students

Plato Project Resources

Ten Reasons for Native American Students to Study Abroad

Discrimination Issues

Resources for Native American Students

NWTC Multicultural Clubs

Hispanic-American Student Association of NWTC

Asian American Student Association (AASA)

Intertribal Student Council


The information on this page was adapted from Colorado State University's Office of International Programs.

For more information please contact:
Lacy Frewerd, International Programs Assistant
lacy.frewerd@nwtc.edu
Phone: 920-498-5451

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