Resources for Comparative Cultural Studies students
Our advisers can help you find internships, plan class
schedules, and guide you into a fulfilling experience in the Comparative
Cultural Studies department.
Getting involved in a student organization aids you in building your resume, meeting students with similar interests, and
networking with professionals in your field.
Finding money for higher education is challenging, but the
Comparative Cultural Studies department has a number of scholarships to help ease your financial burden.
Click here for the link to the scholarship application.
Specific administrative tasks will require paperwork to go
along with them. Here’s a list of departmental forms that are typically used.