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Northwest Missouri State University


Women's History Month

Women's History Month

Recognized each year during the month of March, Women's History Month celebrates the contributions of women to events in history and in society today.

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ASO Week

ASO Week

March 27-30, 2017

A week of events to bring the African culture and awareness to Northwest community

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Welcome to International Programs

The Office of International Programs fosters an educational environment in which students, faculty and staff from diverse backgrounds and orientations can come together to share, learn, grow, and enjoy the rich experiences and contributions each has to offer.

We provide leadership and assistance to individuals, groups, departments, and in the surrounding community on issues of cultural enrichment activities, curriculum development, international education and study abroad, recruitment, retention, and policy making.

It provides essential services to international and underrepresented students such as orientation programs, general advising, conflict resolutions and mediation, immigration matters, departmental referrals, and peer mentoring to ensure academic success through graduation.

Cats Culture

India, Nepal, China and Korea are just a few of the more than 30 countries represented in Northwest’s student body.