For Students: An Exciting Plunge into Academics and Foreign Cultures

Diversity is a concern for many students, parents and study abroad advisors. IFSA-Butler understands that studying in a different culture can heighten anxiety about race, ethnicity, religion, sexual orientation and other factors that form a student’s identity. This section outlines IFSA-Butler’s commitment to diversity and helps students understand what to expect while studying abroad.

IFSA-Butler is committed to operating academic undergraduate study abroad programs for all academically qualified students regardless of race, ethnicity, gender, religion, color, disability, veteran status, sexual orientation or national origin. Please contact IFSA-Butler if you have further concerns about diversity issues in study abroad.

Minority students

Students with disabilities

LGBT students

Anti-Americanism abroad

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