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Kareem Huwaidi is a project management graduate student from Saudi Arabia. Photo credit: Alex Grant

Career fair employers avoid international students

Alex Grant // December 7, 2017

Due to legal status, getting a job as an international student is a complex process that is obtained more by chance than how qualified an individual is.To remain in the U.S. legally, international students...

Most international students come from the Middle East or East Asia. Photo credit: Yang Dai

International students account for 3.6 percent of Chico State population

Yang Dai // April 2, 2016
International students account for 3.6 percent of the Chico State population in 2016.
Frank Li, the director of the Office of International education, said iFriend will help international students and faculty learn about different cultures. Photo courtesy of Chico State.

Program pairs faculty, students from abroad

Madison Holmes // November 4, 2014
iFriend is a new monthly hosting program that will will pair Chico State faculty and their families with international students. The program will start in the spring 2015 semester. Some current international students are saying it will be a great opportunity for cultural exchange.
Chico international students face racism

Chico international students face racism

Madison Holmes // October 29, 2014
International students facing racism is not uncommon. Students and members of the community have a responsibility to educate themselves on shared similarities between cultures in order to end racism said Frank Li, director of the International Education office.
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