No Bandwith + Budget Cuts?
Students are looking for guidance, you’re dealing with budget cuts and too many ways and places to capture their attention. Streamline your options:
We have easy and reasonably priced solutions that can cut through the overwhelm and help meet your recruitment goals.
Contact our team to learn more →
Harness the Power of Social Media
One thing we know for sure is that social media is a powerful tool — it’s an efficient and influential conduit for connecting, educating, and learning. At Study in the USA, we’ve grown our social media channels organically and have a large audience of international students. Work with us and use our channels to broadcast your message — or let us show what we’ve learned about how you can best use yours.
Download our info sheets about the reach of our social media and about strategizing content creation for your social media platforms.
International Student Toolkit: Webinar Series
Study in the USA is facilitating conversations about the services students need and the companies that provide them. Participating partners: Argo, ELSA, CampusSIMS, and Unilodgers.
TODAY! Tuesday, September 15 at 10AM PT
Thursday, September 17 at 10AM PT
Get more information and register for the webinars →
Student Sessions Events: Facebook Live
Student Sessions is a weekly program that connects current and prospective international students with universities and peers. All sessions will be recorded for viewing after the live broadcast.
Wednesday, September 16 at 8AM on Facebook Live
ASK THEM ANYTHING! Lisa Hauck of North Dakota State University and Mim Lee of Study in the USA will be in conversation, “Discussing Credits, Scholarships, Majors, and Minors”
Watch the Facebook broadcast on our page →
“Now, I can’t jog because I don’t want to. ‘I don’t think a person should run unless they’re being chased’ is a great motto that definitely applies to my life in a big way. So, when I started weighing different options for exercise, I knew that jogging was right out. However, as it turns out, I do really enjoy the elliptical, cycling, yoga, and doing squats. I tried all kinds of different things at the University of Arkansas gym before I found out that this is what works for me.”
—Emīlija Sarma is a Fulbright scholar from Latvia and a Ph.D. candidate in comparative literature and cultural studies at the University of Arkansas, Fayetteville. In her most recent blog post, she talks about staying healthy while going to grad school during a pandemic.