The mission of the Center for Global Learning (CGL), in keeping with the university's long range goal of globalization and consonant with its statement on diversity, is to promote and facilitate the international exchange of students to and from Carlow University; uphold academic, professional and legal standards of good practice; provide services related to international education from initial inquiry to reentry; and to act on the belief that such exchange builds respect among different peoples and encourages constructive leadership in a global community.
The CGL was established to process applications from students with educational experiences from outside the U.S. The CGL processes applications from both domestic and foreign students. Students with international backgrounds can reduce the amount of time needed to process their applications by submitting documents directly to the CGL, the office that will evaluate foreign credentials.
If you belong to one or more of the following categories, you should use the international application procedure:
- Any prospective undergraduate student who is neither a U.S. citizen nor a U.S. permanent resident and who will have a visa while studying at Carlow University.
- Any prospective undergraduate student who will submit academic documents from a non U.S. institution for consideration of admission.
- Any prospective undergraduate student whose native language is not English and has not studied in the U.S. for a minimum of two years.
For more information, please contact the Center for Global Learning:
Aquinas Hall 304