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CSU’s Education Abroad Fair to be held Friday

Colorado State University’s annual Education Abroad Fair will introduce and inform students about the opportunities to volunteer, work, intern, travel and study abroad.

The fair will be held Friday from 10 a.m. – 3 p.m. in the Lory Student Center grand ballrooms.


Students will have the chance to learn about CSU-sponsored education abroad programs, and speak with study abroad alumni about their experiences and perspectives, according to CSU’s education abroad website.

There are also opportunities to speak with the Education Abroad staff during the fair.

For more information about education abroad and the Education Abroad Fair, students may contact Chris Churma via email at or by phone at (970)-491-8750.

Collegian Reporter Amanda Thompson can be reached at or @amanduhh3003

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