At Missouri State University, we encourage diversity while increasing global and cultural competency amongst student body. We also believe that international experiences can enhance degree programs, learning experience, and future careers.
Resources for diversity and inclusion
We seek to provide resources to assist students with disabilities, LGBTQ+, adult learners, veterans, and multicultural students to access study abroad program opportunities offered through MSU.
- Study Away Accommodations for Students with Disabilities
- LGBTQ Study Away Resources
- Resources for Adult Learners and Veterans
- Resources for Multicultural Students
- Resources for Women Studying Abroad
General diversity resources
Students with disabilities may seek financial aid and funding for study away opportunities through MIUSA.
LGBTI students may find member organizations in 125 countries around the world campaigning for lesbian, gay, bisexual, trans and intersex rights.
A resource created by a Fulbright scholar for African Americans living or planning to live in China, or anyone interested in the experiences of American minorities living abroad.
The Project for Learning Abroad, Training and Outreach (PLATO) is an integrated study abroad training, certification, and diversity outreach program. This includes links to organizations, resources, and scholarships that support academic advancement for underrepresented groups participating in international activities.
NAFSA, the world's largest nonprofit association, is committed to international education and exchange. It is working to advance policies and practices that build global citizens with the knowledge and skills they need to succeed.