Student Diversity Abroad
Links for Diverse Groups
Did you know that 212 self-identified students of color from the University of Georgia studied abroad in 2009-10?
These students ranged from freshmen to PhD students, visited 34 different countries with both UGA-run and external programs, were majoring in dozens of different subjects, and were abroad anywhere from three weeks to an entire academic year.
What did they all have in common? All got academic credit towards their UGA degree!
Resources to explore Diversity Issues for students going abroad.
- Diversity Abroad
- Disability Services at UGA
Provides academic and support services to qualified students with disabilities to ensure equal access to all programs and activities at UGA.
- Services for Students with Learning Disabilities at UGA
Provides appropriate services and coordinates accommodations for students with learning disabilities at UGA.
- Mobility International
Information on international travel and study abroad programs for persons with disabilities.
- NAFSA Rainbow Special Interest Group
Special interest group within NAFSA: Association of International Educators whose goals are to counsel international students and study abroad students who are gay, lesbian, bisexual or transgendered.