Learn about study abroad opportunities at fair

Marketing and Communications staff
students in Spain at a tennis match

Insight into how students can enhance their education at Fredonia through study in a foreign country will be offered at a study abroad fair on Wednesday, Jan. 29, from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m., in the McEwen Hall vestibule adjacent to the Faculty Student Association café.

Information will be available on more than 1,000 study abroad opportunities, including those during fall and/or spring semesters, the winter J-Term and summer months, offered around the globe through SUNY. Faculty leaders from Fredonia summer and winter programs will provide program details and answer questions from students.

Approximately 160 to 180 Fredonia students enroll in study abroad programs each year.

The fair is sponsored by Fredonia’s Office of International Education and is free to students.

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