Did you know that 25 percent of Nebraska Wesleyan's graduating classes have at least one study abroad experience? Will you be among that group?
The annual Study Abroad Fair is this week in Great Hall. Feel free to stop by the information tables and collect information about NWU's study abroad programs and study abroad scholarships. You can also view the study abroad photo contest and read about students' experiences abroad.
On Thursday, come listen to a panel of NWU students who have studied abroad talk about their experiences and answer your questions. The panel will be held from 4-5 p.m. in Callen Conference Center. Travel items will be raffled off following the panel. Raffle items include luggage, journals, universal electrical adapters, and more.
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