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State System, APSCUF Reach Tentative Agreement, Strike Ends

Late Friday afternoon, we received an announcement that the strike between the faculty union (APSCUF) and the Pennsylvania State System of Higher Education has been settled. Faculty members will return to work effective midnight tonight. For students that have regularly scheduled classes this weekend, report as scheduled. All other students should follow their class schedules starting Monday, October 24.

Study Abroad

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The great majority of ESU language majors and minors opt to spend a month, a semester or a full academic year in another country.

Overseas travel and study provide a student with unparalleled insight into the language and culture under study, and also shed new light on his or her own ambitions, sense of self and professional possibilities. Study abroad is normally a transformative experience on many levels.

ESU is fortunate to have a professionally staffed Office of International Programs, located in Stroud Hall, 103.

There any student can receive guidance with respect to choosing a destination, academic integration of overseas credits, financial planning and issues of acculturation.

The university is a fully-privileged member of the National Student Exchange and the International Student Exchange Program.

These memberships ensure that ESU students receive the widest possible selection of destinations at the lowest possible cost.

The staff of the OIP work closely with academic advisors within the Modern Languages Department to help each student develop a plan of study that fits best with his or her situation and timeframe.

For further information, please visit the Office of International Programs website, or call (570) 422-3527.

ESU in Spain

Dr. Esther Daganzo-Cantens directs ESU's summer program in Andalucía, Spain. For more information about this dynamic region, its ancient architecture and modern university, please click here.