A. Enhance and expand global learning opportunities here and abroad which include drawing on our ties to Silicon Valley-based international corporations and organizations.
- Number and effectiveness of partnerships with universities in Latin America, Africa, India, and China.
- Effectiveness of global learning experiences in undergraduate and graduate programs.
- Accessibility of global learning experiences for students in all degree programs.
- Variety of models for global learning opportunities – in length of study, time of academic year, and location (including in the Bay Area).
- Amount of financial aid available to students who otherwise would not be able to study abroad.
B. Attract more international students, faculty, and visiting scholars.
- Number of exchange faculty and students from other countries who teach and study at SCU.
- Number of regular faculty and students from other countries who teach and study at SCU.
C. Build partnerships with universities in the international network of Jesuit universities and other targeted institutions.
- Number and effectiveness of educational partnerships with Jesuit and other institutions worldwide.