Welcome to the Supporting International Students website! Throughout this site you will find a variety of resources for supporting international students as faculty and staff members at the University of Minnesota.

We will be hosting one more workshop during Spring Semester 2019!

Learn how best practices for international students will benefit all of your
students. Engage with fellow faculty and staff as we study and discuss supporting diverse student needs in our classrooms.

Ways to Participate and Learn

What are successful assessment tools and strategies that Support International Student Success?

As instructors, we can proactively impact the ways we assess international students and their work in our classrooms.  University of Minnesota teaching faculty who have transformed their assessment tools will share practical examples of practices that work.  In addition, they will present in these areas of focus:  Universal Design and assessment, writing assessment, and curricular design changes that worked in a large Chemistry class.

Presenters include:  Hannah Leopold (Chemistry), Molly Rojas Collins (Youth Studies) and Rhiannon Williams (Graduate School)

What: International Students and Assessment

When: Friday, April 19, 2019, 2:00 – 4:00 pm.

Where: 123 Burton Hall, East Bank


For faculty, instructors and others who work with students. Refreshments will be served.

For more information about this program, contact Molly Rojas Collins at colli038@umn.edu