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What could your CIL pathway look like? It depends on when you enroll in the program and how you choose to satisfy the program requirements. CIL advisors are here to help you make a plan for completion.

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Meet our Advisors

Dr. Stefano Muneroni, 
Academic Director

Dr. Muneroni can help by: 

  • Explaining program requirements and suggesting possible paths to completion
  • Evaluating transfer courses and other course requests
  • Providing guidance on (and marking) your capstone project

 

Learn more about Dr. Muneroni


Lisa Lozanski
CIL Program Coordinator

Lisa can help by: 

  • Explaining program requirements and suggesting possible paths to completion
  • Assessing previous experience to determine if they count toward the CIL 
  • Answering questions related to the program schedule (i.e. important dates and deadlines) or CIL-specific events (i.e. Orientation, Intercultural Communication Training, Capstone Presentations)
  • Assisting with claims and concerns with the CIL Online Portal

Learn more about Lisa


Make Claims on the CIL Online Portal

Once you’ve enrolled in the CIL, you have a profile on the CIL online portal. This is where you can track your progress and make claims for the requirements you have completed.

You are responsible to make claims for components of the CIL that you have completed. We will not know that you have completed a requirement unless you make a claim.

Once you make a claim, the CIL office will review and either approve it, ask for more information, or deny it.  Please review the online portal claim instructions to ensure your claims are submitted correctly.


Important dates and deadlines

September 30 – Enrollment deadline (enroll by September 30 of your third-year)

For June grads (coursework completed in December or April)

March 1 – Capstone projects due

April 1 – All CIL claims due on CIL Online Portal

For November grads (coursework completed in August):

August 1 – Capstone projects due

September 1 – All CIL claims due on CIL Online Portal


Paths to the CIL

Here are a few ways that you could progress through the program. These are only a few examples. We encourage you to make a map of your own!

Example one:

Certificate in International Learning path option 

Example two:

Certificate in International Learning path option two 

Example three: