Parents

Studying abroad may be one of the most rewarding and challenging experiences your student will ever have. While abroad, your student will live in and learn about a culture different from their own, acquire proficiency in another language, gain intercultural communication skills, cultivate a different perspective on their studies, and develop friendships and professional contacts.

As a parent, we know you may have concerns about your student studying abroad. We hope you will take the time to explore the Steger Center website and learn about the opportunities available. If you have questions, please contact us.

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Students at the Center for European Nuclear Research

"When [our student] first told us that she wanted to study abroad in Switzerland, we were her dream crushers and said 'NO!' However, not accepting no for an answer, she found a way to go (which we were very grateful for). She left as a young eager student and came back a young lady. She has already expressed interest in going back to Europe in the future. We can see how much she has grown in the last few months. She is looking forward to being a mentor to future students hoping to study abroad. Thank you again for this wonderful opportunity.

– Danny and Lisa M.