Leading Institutions: By Total Number of Students Who Study Abroad. (Special Report: International Education)

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Leading Institutions: By Total Number of Students Who Study Abroad. (Special Report: International Education)


With increased resources, more students of color likely would take advantage of study abroad opportunities.

Top 20 Baccalaureate Institutions, 1999/00

Institution                     City               State   Study Abroad
                                                             Students

College of Saint Benedict
/Saint John's                   St. Joseph         Minn.       617
Saint Olaf College              Northfield         Minn.       558
Colgate University              Hamilton           N.Y.        503
DePauw University               Greencastle        Ind.        468
Middlebury College              Middlebury         Vt.         399
Carleton College                Northfield         Minn.       384
Gustavus Adolphus College       St. Peter          Minn.       372
Wesleyan University             Middletown         Conn.       356
Wellesley College               Wellesley          Mass.       347
Colby College                   Waterville         Maine       346
Union College                   Schenectady        N.Y.        336
Dickinson College               Carlisle           Pa.         329
Concordia College--Moorhead     Moorhead           Minn.       328
Davidson College                Davidson           N.C.        327
Bucknell University             Lewisburg          Pa.         322
Alma College                    Alma               Mich.       318
Colorado College                Colorado Springs   Colo.       317
Lewis & Clark College           Portland           Ore.        317
Lafayette College               Easton             Pa.         307
Luther College                  Decorah            Iowa        306

SOURCE: INSTITUTE OF INTERNATIONAL EDUCATION WWW.IIENETWORK.ORG,
WWW.OPENDOORSWEB.ORG

Note: Table made from bar graph.
Top 20 Master's Institutions, 1999/00

Institution                     City             State     Study Abroad
                                                             Students

University of Saint Thomas      St. Paul          Minn.        725
James Madison University        Harrisonburg      Va.          712
Elon College                    Elon College      N.C.         499
California Polytechnic
  State U./San Luis Obispo      San Luis Obispo   Calif.       473
Calvin College                  Grand Rapids      Mich.        470
Villanova University            Villanova         Pa.          427
Appalachian State University    Boone             N.C.         426
Truman State University         Kirksville        Mo.          425
University of Nebraska at
  Omaha                         Omaha             Neb.         410
University of Northern Iowa     Cedar Falls       Iowa         392
Grand Valley State University   Allendale         Mich.        388
Pacific Lutheran University     Tacoma            Wash.        354
College of Charleston           Charleston        S.C.         352
University of Dayton            Dayton            Ohio         348
Ithaca College                  Ithaca            N.Y.         344
University of Wisconsin
  --Eau Claire                  Eau Claire        Wis.         333
Loyola College in Maryland      Baltimore         Md.          326
Western Washington University   Bellingham        Wash.        322
University of Evansville        Evansville        Ind.         313
University of Wisconsin
  --Stevens Point               Stevens Point     Wis.         305

SOURCE: INSTITUTE OF INTERNATIONAL EDUCATION WWW.IIENETWORK.ORG,
WWW.OPENDOORSWEB.ORG

College administrators must work harder to move Black students into the international arena.

Top 20 Research Institutions, 1999/00

Institution                     City              State    Study Abroad
                                                             Students

Brigham Young University        Provo             Utah        1,967
Penn State University Park      University Park   Pa.         1,743
Michigan State University       East Lansing      Mich. … 

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