Class of 2000 as Juniors
This report presents the findings from the study abroad questions in the junior year survey of the longitudinal study of Kalamazoo College's class of 2000. Specifically, it focuses on the questions pertaining to the student's study abroad experiences. The results show that (1) the overall experience was overwhelmingly positive (2) it helped students confirm or reconsider career goals (3) some were victim of assault and theft, had financial hardship(s}, and subjected to negative stereotypes and (4) a majority had a hard time readjusting to Kalamazoo College.
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