“To enhance the international student experience on your campus, it can be useful to mirror some of your campus practices for outgoing study abroad students”
Part 4 of our 4 part series on pathway programs. For part 1, please click here
In addition to Larry Kuiper and Rick Rattray, Mark Grace, the former Senior Director of Academic Affairs at NAFSA has contributed to this post.
Under the circumstances of the past few weeks, it’s almost hard to imagine a calm time when international students will once again be returning to campuses in the US, but odds are that time will come. So when the dust settles on COVID-19 priorities, it may be a great time to review your university’s practices related to international student services.
In our previous instalments in this series we’ve asserted that if you’ve been at all considering a pathway partnership, you likely are doing so to address some level of perceived underperformance in your international approach and are considering outside support to bridge particular gaps.