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Jennifer Gruber

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Students Engage Globally, Virtually, Amid COVID-19

Studying abroad looks different in the age of COVID-19, but the pandemic hasn’t stopped students from expanding their world-views, gaining new skills, and building lasting relationships.

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Chico State’s Study Abroad Program Once Again Recognized as One of Nation’s Best

For the 15th consecutive year, Chico State's Study Abroad program was ranked in the top 10 nationally for students learning in another country for at least a year.

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University’s Study Abroad Program Recognized as One of Nation’s Best for Yearlong Participation

The Institute of International Education (IIE) listed Chico State's Study Abroad and International Exchange Program as one of the nation’s most active for year-long participants.

Chico State professor Joel Zimbleman stands with a group of monks during his time teaching overseas.

Faculty Go Global

More Chico State faculty regularly apply and teach abroad than any other higher education institution in the nation. And they bring back lifelong memories, as well as ways to reinvigorate their teaching at Chico State.

Chico State students talk to University Study Abroad staff about the many opportunities of studying overseas.

University’s Study Abroad Program Recognized as one of Nation’s Best for Yearlong Participation

For as long as the Institute of International Education (IIE) has been recognizing the nation’s most active colleges and universities for their participation in studying abroad, California State University, Chico has been included in the conversation.