A variety of donors provide funds to help students with costs associated with study abroad.
“I wish to better the lives of people and to break societal barriers that are keeping people around the world from getting an accessible and practical education,” says Rojja Kharel.
An international student from Kathmandu, Nepal, Rojja is a sophomore majoring in International Studies and minoring in Entrepreneurship. She has a 3.8 GPA and has made the Dean’s List every semester.
She works as a student aide at the George T. Potter library on campus and is also a Resident Assistant at Bischoff Hall. Rojja is a senator-at-large and the social media coordinator of the International Student Organization.
Most of her life she has been working as a volunteer to help better the education system in her country, which can be seen from the internship and the community services that she has been a part of.