They came to learn more about agriculture, business and education in Iowa.
Vietnamese immigrant Anh Le worked doubly hard to earn his SAU nursing degree
Listen to St. Ambrose students speak King's words, taken from his 1965 speech in Davenport.
Featuring some of the "heaviest hitters" in the world of Middle East experts.
Listen to a story about SAU's Middle East Institute
A rich history and a campus more diverse than ever and always more to achieve
St. Ambrose faculty and alumni stood on the frontlines in Civil Rights, Labor movements
Growth in international enrollment and study abroad numbers bring world to campus
Jim Collins' commitment to enhancing diversity has made a large impact at his alma mater
Arturo Meijide helps to grow diversity in — and out of — his Spanish language and culture classroom
Mingle and enjoy refreshments with our international and study abroad students.
The local Quad Cities Social Dancing Company will teach Salsa and Merenge. Once you break a sweat feel free to quench your thirst with a beverage and snack on free chips and salsa!
Please join NACQC as they share an evening of Native American drumming, singing, dancing, and storytelling.
Grammy award-winning artist Terrance Simien, 8th generation Louisiana Creole, has been shattering the myths about what his indigenous Zydeco roots music is and is not through his Zydeco Experience band.