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International Programs 

The International Programs Office is now located in D-126A.

 

I.S.A. Advisor: Dr. Jeanne B. Natali

Program Support: Jessica Watson

The International Student Alliance (I.S.A.)

 

Who we are

  • ISA is a campus-wide organization that exists as a means for students of diverse, cultural, and linguistic backgrounds to come together in a friendly, understanding atmosphere. ISA aims to educate the College and local community about the importance of diversity and intercultural dialogue in an ever-shrinking world.

Why you should get involved

  • ISA offers many opportunities to meet new people, participate in cultural events, take on leadership roles, and expand your world view. The organization has also been recognized and awarded throughout the community and Hampton Roads for its events and international efforts.

How to join

  • Please contact Jessica Watson at 757-822-7296 for more information on meeting times and events.
 
 
The ISA is on BlackBoard too! Sign in to keep up with your school assignments and the ISA! To be added to the BlackBoard list, email: studyabroad@tcc.edu.
 

Upcoming Events:

  • Bowling for Scholars

Join us at the Pinboys on Laskin Road in Virginia Beach as we bowl to raise money for Study Abroad scholarships. The event will take place on Sunday, October 3, 2010 at 1:00 p.m. For more details, please contact the International Programs Office at 757-822-7296 or studyabroad@tcc.edu .

     
  • Check back with us for more upcoming events!
 

International Programs Office Location:

Tidewater Community College

Virginia Beach Campus

Kempsville Building, D-126A

Phone: 757-822-7296

Fax: 757-822-7544

studyabroad@tcc.edu

 

"...the college must now move from a level of consciousness about the need for internationalization to one of integrating  internationalization into the college culture. Indeed, the call is clarion for doing so if we are to prepare our students to lead meaningful and fulfilling lives in a multi-cultural, globally interconnected community, nation, and world."

~ Deborah M. DiCroce, President of Tidewater Community College, November 4, 2004

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