CSU meets international student enrollment goal
The two entities announced their partnership in February and set to work attracting more international students to CSU. The collaboration has reinforced CSU and Fort Collins as a destination for international students, according to a release by CSU.
"While the efforts of CSU and INTO will provide greater opportunities for student from around the world to study at one of the top research universities in the United States, it will also be a huge benefit to our domestic students by giving them even more mind-opening connections with people from around the globe right here on our Fort Collins campus," said Rick Miranda, CSU provost and executive vice president.
An INTO center will be provided on CSU's campus, to be led by John Didier, who was appointed as director in July.
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