Many Albany State University students have an opportunity to experience new cultures during summer study abroad trips.

ASU students awarded Gilman International Scholarship to study abroad

Albany State University students awarded distinguished Gilman International Scholarship to study abroad Eight ASU students to study in Belize, India, Japan and Trinidad and Tobago ALBANY, Ga. – Eight Albany State University (ASU) students have been awarded the prestigious Benjamin A. Gilman International Scholarship to study abroad during the summer 2018 term. Approximately 1,000 undergraduate students…

Mental Health Awareness-Walk Away from the Stigma

When: April 12, 2018 @ 11:30 am
Where: Billy C. Black Building Atrium at Radium Springs Road Campus, 504 College Dr, Albany, GA 31705, USA

The walk  for Mental Health Awareness begins at the Soil to Sun Sculpture located in front of the Fine Arts Building, and will end at the Student Center Amphitheater. The event is hosted by SAFE,…

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Albany State University to offer 100 free passports to study-abroad students

36 ASU students participated in study-abroad opportunities in six different countries this year

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  • Oct 18, 2017

 

Albany State University student Cauntillia Pollard, left, submits documents to a U.S. Postal Service passport agent during a recent “Passport Caravan.” (Special Photo: Reginald Christian)

ALBANY — As part of Albany State University’s efforts to encourage global insight and unique cultural experiences, 100 ASU students received funding recently for free passports. The event was a collaborative effort between the university and the Council on International Educational Exchange’s “Passport Caravan.”