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.”

Albany State University students receive free passports to study abroad

ALBANY, Ga. – As part of Albany State University’s (ASU) efforts to encourage global insight and unique cultural experiences, 100 ASU students received funding for free passports. The event was a collaborative effort between the University and the Council on International Educational Exchange’s (CIEE) Passport Caravan. “A traveling passport is a gateway to studying abroad,”…