The Center for Language and Culture
The Center for Language and Culture at Fort Hays State University was born during the Fall 2013 semester from the initiative of Dr. Tim Crowley, Dean of Graduate School and Assistant Provost for Internationalization. The center is now an entity of the Department of Modern Languages, under the direction of Dr. Dan Kulmala.
This center is a collaborative effort of several campus units to offer curricular and co-curricular support in the areas of foreign language improvement (including English as a Second Language) and education abroad advising assistance. The Center is managed by the Internationalization Office in the Graduate School. The Center for Language and Culture wants to become the transit place for those initiatives and for students looking to study abroad, travel abroad with the university or on their own, and get involved internationally on campus or off campus.
If you have any question, don't hesitate checking out our FAQs or sending us an email!
Where is the Center for Language and Culture going to take you next?
Study Abroad Programs - programs organized for students by Faculty and Staff members.
Excursions - off-campus excursions organized for international students.
Events - events organized for the community around the themes of traveling and culture.
Multimedia Library - travel resources and cultural content available to all students.
Tutoring - language learning support for the students of Modern Languages.
Conversation Tables - weekly meeting sessions in foreign languages open to the public.
Workshops - Faculty development and student workshops about traveling.
Faculty and Staff - listing of all the actors of the Center for Language and Culture.
Bucket List - activities and things that students have done in the past.
Clubs - directory of the clubs recommended.