Getting involved on campus is a great way to meet people and make connections! We will use this page to tell you about special events taking place on campus. For example, many student organzations host celebrations of holidays from around the world, not just those in the United States. Please check the information below for current events and information.
- Holidays celebrated throughout the world, listed month by month
- Calendar of Religious Observances for religious and multicultural groups throughout the world
- Request approval for absence from class for religious observances
There are some major East Coast cities you may want to visit during your program of study with us:
Boston, MA, is easily reachable by car, bus, and train. Boston is the capital of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts, its largest city, and is one of the oldest cities in the United States.
New York, NY is one of the most amazing cities in the world, and served as the first capital of the United States. It's only a 4-hour bus ride away, and even shorter by train!
Philadelphia, PA, the "Cradle of Liberty" -- where the Declaration of Independence and the Constitution of the United States were written and signed. Philadelphia served as the second capital of the United States.
Washington, DC, the world-famous capital of the United States and the seat of the Federal Government.