Fisk University Exchange Program
An exchange program between Fisk University and Case Western Reserve University enables up to four Case Western Reserve students to spend a semester as visiting students at Fisk University each year. Up to four Fisk students may spend a semester at Case Western Reserve each year.
Fisk University was founded in 1866 as the first integrated, coeducational school in the United States, and, at its founding, focused on providing a quality liberal arts education to the children of former slaves. Fisk has a distinguished history as a liberal arts institution. It was the first historically black college to have chapters of the Phi Beta Kappa and Mortar Board national honorary societies.
Case Western Reserve students who participate in the Case Western Reserve/Fisk Exchange pay tuition to Case Western Reserve, pay the Fisk room and board fees, and maintain their student status during the period of the exchange. Information about the exchange program is available from Dean Scherger in the Undergraduate Advising Support Office.
CWRU students interested in applying for the exchange program must submit the CWRU Exchange Student Application.
Fisk students interested in applying for the exchange program must submit the Fisk University Exchange Student Application.
Global Engineering Education Exchange
Global E3 allows engineering students at member universities to enjoy a fulfilling study abroad experience. Through participation in the program, graduates gain the necessary foreign language ability, cross-cultural skills, and professional experience to excel in the multinational/multicultural business environment of the 21st century. Students are nominated by their home institution and receive credit at home for academic work completed abroad. They study overseas in a member institution for one or two semesters, typically in their junior year. For more information, visit iie.org/Programs/Global-E3.
International Student Exchange Program
Formal exchange agreements are established with schools around the world that are of the highest caliber. Exchange programs generally last either a semester or academic year and are not available during the summer term. More information, including a list of our exchange partners, can be found on the Office of Education Abroad website.