Students of Color
Students of Color Abroad
OEA is committed to facilitating the participation of students from diverse backgrounds. Most students who have studied abroad describe the experience as both rewarding and challenging. For students who identify as racial or ethnic minorities, some of the rewards and challenges may be directly related to identity. Being abroad will present opportunities to think about your identity in a new cultural context, and this can be a rewarding learning experience that challenges the way you think about yourself, your community, and your place in the world.
- Scholarships for Intercultural Students A resource hosted by Michigan State University.