The Global Scholars Living and Learning Community is ideal for students who want to become “movers and shakers” in our increasingly globalized world. Open to students from any major, this selective program intends to provide its students with a broadened worldview, while also fostering a close-knit community in Schreiner’s newly renovated Delaney Residence Hall.
As part of this Living and Learning Community, students will engage in activities ranging from roundtable debates on world affairs to hosting campus events that celebrate world cultures. Students will also take one course each semester with an international focus, attend international and cultural events throughout the region, and have the chance to participate in Model United Nations.
After spending the year increasing their global awareness, the Global Scholars will truly become world citizens after studying abroad in Asia. The community will travel together to Hannam University in Daejeon, South Korea, where they will attend the Korean Studies Summer Program for three weeks (tentatively scheduled for mid-June to early July). While at Hannam University, the Global Scholars will study the culture of one of America’s most valued allies both in and out of the classroom. Highlights of the trip include visits to the DMZ (the Demilitarized Zone between North and South Korea), the Hanbat Arboretum, and Gyeongbok Palace (built in 1395).
The goal of the Global Scholars community is to give freshmen a lively introduction to collegiate life, while also preparing them for their future careers in a competitive global job market.
You may be a good fit for Global Scholars if you:
- Are interested in studying abroad
- Are already a news junkie or simply wish you knew more about the world
- Want to attend a competitive graduate program
- Have a history of involvement and leadership in high school
- Are interested in an international career
Once you have been admitted to Schreiner University, you will have access to the online application through your Schreiner One account. Priority applications are due by January 15. The Coordinator of the Global Scholars Living and Learning Community and the Advisory Committee will review completed applications in the order they are received. Applicants may be invited to participate in either an in-person, video conference, or phone interview.
Please contact Seabrook Jones, Global Scholars LLC Coordinator, at firstname.lastname@example.org or 830-792-7442.