The Global Engagement Passport opens up a world of learning and experience at Mary Baldwin University. Ask a faculty or staff member or your advisor to initial and date each time you participate in an approved Global Engagement activity: attend a concert by a guest artist from China, volunteer in Mexico over spring break, study a foreign language, or live on the International Hall.
The passport is complete when you earn 100 or more points. Present your completed passport to the Director of International Programs to become a member of the Global Citizen Society and to receive a Global Engagement pin for graduation regalia. Students in all programs and disciplines at Mary Baldwin University are eligible.
To learn more about the Global Engagement Passport, visit the Spencer Center at Wenger Hall, or contact the director of international programs at 540-887-7113 or firstname.lastname@example.org.