At Nazareth: international and language majors, extracurricular options, language house events, cross-cultural housing
In the world: study abroad, overseas internships, global conferences, specialty courses abroad linked to majors, alumni networking
In one year: More than 270 students, faculty, and staff from 35 countries study, conduct research, and teach at Nazareth.
"One of the things about Naz that I think sets our campus apart from other schools is our three language houses! As a Spanish minor, I think this is a great way to get involved and keep up your foreign language skills." Read more »
“The skills I learned at Nazareth not only helped me master my second and third languages, but to understand my own language and culture from an objective perspective." Read more.
--Joshua Hurd '13, German and French double major with inclusive adolescence education certification
Nazareth is open to new partnerships, so Paul Figueroa-Lippert '16 was able to arrange to study for a semester at the University of Puerto Rico. At Nazareth, he created connections between Latino groups from other colleges and advocated on issues such as the debt crisis in Puerto Rico. Read more »
2014: Nearly 200 Nazareth students traveled internationally, studying in or visiting 23 countries around the world, including Costa Rica, India, Morocco, Portugal, and Russia.
Students submitted these images for the Center for International Education's annual photo contest. Experience the world through their eyes: exotic places, extraordinary people, and culturally significant moments.
Together, Nazareth alumni and students cover much of the globe (countries in purple). Learn more.
The Clinton Global Initiative University has accepted 26 Nazareth students from 2014-2016, who've tackled projects ranging from economic development for women in Haiti to a smartphone application for youth mental health. About 1,000 college students and leaders from around the world attend each international conference. Learn more.
"Knowing about cultural differences eases work interactions. If you are aware of the basics of what other cultures find normal, it’s just as easy to interact with someone from another culture as it is to interact with someone from your own.” Read more.
--Jessica Wojcinski '16, intern in Valencia, Spain
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