More than one hundred international students represent thirty-four nations in the 2018 spring semester. These students come to C-N from countries in Africa, North America, South America, Asia, and Europe. Over the years Carson-Newman has conferred degrees on students from all over the world who have returned to their homelands to teach, establish homes, enter various professions, establish businesses, pastor churches, and become an integral part of their communities. Truly the sun never sets on Carson-Newman alumni. At the same time that Carson-Newman is hosting students from all over the world, the university is sending students and faculty abroad. In recent years, more than 300 students and faculty have studied and served abroad in Peru, Australia, Costa Rica, France, Great Britain, Haiti, the Dominican Republic, South Africa, South Korea, Spain, Poland, the Czech Republic, Austria, Mexico, Japan, Germany, Italy, Scotland, Tanzania, Ireland, Macedonia, Greece, and Israel.
The Center for Global Education
The Center for Global Education (CGE) is located on the edge of Carson-Newman’s campus at the corner of Russell Avenue and King Street in a structure that was built in 1870. The CGE is open Monday-Friday, from 8:30am-4:30pm. Staff members can be reached by calling 865-471-4777 or by contacting specific staff listed in the Directory.