August 2013: Delivering Intercultural Training on Your Campus to Students, Administrators, and Faculty

Intercultural training can create positive results on your campus by improving interpersonal communication and understanding. NAFSA is interested in hearing from you about best practices in how to facilitate intercultural training to students, administrators, and faculty on your campus.


  • What types of training do you provide?
  • Who is involved?
  • How is the training structured?
  • What is the content?
  • What has been the outcome?

  • August 2013: Delivering Intercultural Training on Your Campus to Students, Administrators, and Faculty

    Integrating International Students On Campus

    I have started an event called the "Blackbook Affair." At the beginning of each fall semester, we have a big party and the domestic students are invited to meet the international students. The student with the most "friends"names in his/her little blackbook wins the main prize. This year it was a T.V ( we also had kindles and gift cards, music and food) The students loved it. great feedback!

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    Using Intercultural Training for International Recrutiment

    International admissions professionals could assist the development & alumni relations office on campus in working with international alumni for recruitment opportunities. International recruiters travel overseas and visit secondary schools and college fairs. It would be beneficial for a university to be represented at international college fairs not only by admissions reps. but by local alumni. The details of what information ...more »

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    Training Residential Life Staff

    ISSS staff train Residential Life staff before the start of fall semester each year. The training is devoted to looking at the incoming demographics of the incoming class and the logistics of their pre-arrival and orientation so that Res Life staff is aware. Current Resident Assistants who are international students lead the second half of the training and they facilitate small group discussions on intercultural communication ...more »

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