Culver-Stockton has a growing community of students, faculty and staff with ties to other nations. Some were born in other countries and are now permanent U.S. residents; others are studying in the States.
Our international community on campus currently represents Australia, Canada, Chad, China, Egypt, Kenya, Morocco, Nicaragua, Norway, the Philippines, Sierra Leone, South Africa, Spain, The Gambia, Turkey, Venezuela, and Vietnam.
Included in a student’s acceptance packet is the Residence Hall Application. This form must be completed and returned for housing assignments to be made. On this form, students have the option of requesting if they want to live with an American or international student.
International students are eligible to participate in all extra curricular activities offered on campus. We encourage involvement with our many student organizations.
Yes! Contact Dick Tabb at email@example.com giving him your e-mail address. He will have a current international student contact you personally.