Connecticut College and the Toor Cummings Center provide abundant support for students involved in international studies. Accessible expert faculty and staff, combined with campus services, offer a rich selection of resources to CISLA students as they prepare for their experiences abroad.
Information Services at the Charles E. Shain Library is a fountain of information regarding internships and area studies. The very knowledgeable library staff is on hand to assist with research. CISLA has developed a mentor program between the librarians and CISLA scholars to educate students in research and bibliography methods. For more information, please contact CISLA's library mentor, Caroline Kent.
The Language Resource Center, located in Blaustein Humanities Center, supports all foreign language courses and provides materials and multimedia stations for course work.
Knowlton House is the student residence where foreign language majors practice language skills in daily situations. Students and faculty alike lunch at the language tables where no English is allowed!
The Office of Study Away, located next door to the CISLA office in Fanning Hall, has detailed information about traditional semester and year study abroad programs, SATA Study Away/Teach Away programs, and current TRIP - Traveling Research and Immersion Programs.