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The Office of International Programs (OIP) supports a number of initiatives to improve the education of students and to enrich their international experience.

CSU-led Study Abroad Programs

When funding is available, the OIP offers CSU faculty grants to create study abroad programs and stipends to led these programs in the winter and summer sessions.

International Partnerships

The OIP funds the activities of academic partnerships that the university has forged with overseas institutions and supports the development of new partnerships.

Faculty Development

The OIP sponsors forums and shares information on Fulbright programs and other opportunities for faculty. When funding is available, OIP also provides faculty with grants to develop curricula and supports their travel to the campuses of overseas partners in order to lecture there and to improve the classes they teach at CSU.

International Forums

The OIP sponsors forums and events on CSU's campus to enrich students’ understanding of global issues, foreign cultures and world affairs.

Forum on U.S.-Korean Security

The Office of International Programs in collaboration with the Department of Management Information Systems held the forum with guest speaker, Dr. Soon Paik, Senior Researcher at the US Department of Labor.

Fulbright Programs Workshop

The Office of International Programs also organizes campus workshops for faculty who are considering applying for the Fulbright Program. Visit the Fulbright Scholar Program website at

Study Abroad Fairs

The Office of International Programs holds Study Abroad Fairs to help students learn about great opportunities to study overseas.

Passport Fairs

The Office of International Programs holds Passport Fairs to assist students interested in studying abroad to obtain their passport.

International Art Exhibitions

The OIP supported annual exhibitions of international art at the Mary Beth Cryor Gallery at Coppin State University.
International Women's Literature Symposium

The OIP supported a symposium at Coppin State that highlighted international literature by women and/or about women.