IMPORTANT TIPS ON STUDY-ABROAD PROGRAM AT PVAMU
The study-abroad program we administer, the Summer Ghana Program, is not major-specific. Anyone who has completed a minimum of two semesters at PVAMU, accumulated a minimum of 18 semester hours of college coursework and earned a minimum GPA of 2.8 can apply and be exposed to an African culture in a two-week education trip to the western African country. The Program has a class component, and the participant must register for the Post-Colonial Africa class during the Spring 2010 semester. We can mail you the application packet, if you so desire, but we need your address. Otherwise, you can come in person and pick up the application materials in Woolfolk Building, Room 102.
Also, students can apply for the international scholarship fund to support their participation in programs other than PVAMU'S. In other words, you may find a program within the TAMUS schools that offer study abroad programs focused on other countries. In such a case, you must find the program yourself and still apply for the scholarship at PVAMU.
CENTER FOR INTERNATIONAL STUDIES AND RESEARCH
DIVISON OF SOCIAL WORK, BEHAVIORAL AND POLITICAL SCIENCES
WOOLFOLK BUILDING, ROOM 102