3.04.002 - International Studies and International Students
The Board of Trustees believes that its students, faculty, staff, and community should be prepared for work and cultural experiences in the global environment. To that end, it is the intention of the Board to encourage the enrollment of an international student population. Additionally, the Board intends that CCBC students should have the opportunity to participate in programs providing them with the opportunity to study abroad.
The Office of the Vice President for Learning and Student Success is directed to undertake a leadership role to develop programs and services attractive to international students and to initiate active recruitment programs in foreign countries as appropriate. Such programs shall comply with the Regulations of the U. S. Immigration and Naturalization Service, and students applying for admission to the College shall be required to demonstrate their preparedness for study in an American institution of higher education. They shall also be required to provide evidence of adequate financial resources to sustain themselves during their enrollment.
Additionally, the Vice President for Learning and Student Success is directed to undertake planning for the involvement of CCBC students in learning experiences designed to have the students study abroad. These experiences should be linked to programs of student regularly conducted by the College and should serve to enhance the overall educational experience. Professional development designed to assist faculty in developing study abroad experiences shall also be provided.