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Resources

 

Center for International Education

 

Brian More, Director

Fuller House, 101 Braddock Road

bjmore@frostburg.edu
301-687-4714

          The Center for International Education (CIE0 works with international students on campus), American                 student wishing to study abroad, faculty that are focusing on globalization or wish to lead a study                     abroad trip and most importantly, CIE works to inspire global leadership through international                           experiences across campus.  

The Office of Disabilities Support Services

         Mrs. Rhiannon Morgret
130 Pullen Hall

rcmorgret@frostburg.edu

301-687-4483

 

 

The Office of Disabilities Support Services mission is to facilitate equal academic opportunity and enhance functional learning for students with any type of disability.

 

Office of Student and Community Involvement

        Mr. Robert Cooper

Director of Student Activities and Greek Life
210 Lane University Center

rncooper@frostburg.edu

301/687-4049

 

The Office of Student Activities and Greek Life at Frostburg State University creates a co-curricular environment that compliments the academic experience through the development of student leadership skills and direct involvement in social, cultural, recreational and governance programs.

Greek Life at Frostburg State University fosters an environment that promotes a healthy and safe undergraduate experience through diversity and student growth. 

 


Diversity and Minority Issues Video Library
The Diversity Center has a small selection of informational videos and DVDS available for instructors to use in their classrooms to assist in increasing students’ awareness and understanding of minority and diversity issues. 

 

Lending Library

          The Diversity Center has a library of books dealing with minority and diversity issues available for                     students to borrow.  These books may be borrowed by signing them out on a checkout log available in             the office.  We have a list of all the books we have available.  Books borrowed are the student’s                       responsibility and must be returned within a reasonable time.