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Study Abroad and NSE Information Session

Location: Student Services Center W - 201 (multipurpose room)

Did you ever wonder what it would be like to study on the mainland or in a foreign country? This session provides everything students need to know about study abroad and national student exchange. A collaborative effort of the Center for Global Education and Exchange, National Student Exchange, and the Office of Applied Learning Experiences (ALEX), this session is part of the Journey to Success program. Students participating in the program should bring their passports. More information about the program and this event can be found at hilo.hawaii.edu/alex/journeytosuccess

For more information, contact: tsdewitt@hawaii.edu 8089876551

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