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*New Communication Technologies in the U.S.
Fort Collins, United States (Incoming Program)
Program Terms: Summer
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Budget Sheets Summer
CSU Deadlines / Program Dates:
Term Year App Deadline Decision Date Start Date End Date
Summer 2018 05/01/2018 ** Rolling Admission TBA TBA

** Indicates rolling admission application process. Students applying to CSU-sponsored programs will be notified of decision within two weeks of application submission. Students applying to non-CSU sponsored programs need to contact their program provider for decision dates.
Fact Sheet:
Language(s) of Instruction:
English
Program Coordinator:
Sarah Vowels
Program Type: CSU Study Abroad Program
Areas of Study:
Liberal Arts
Program Description:

New Communication Technologies in the U.S. 
Summer Program Application Instructions


Thank you for your interest in the New Communication Technologies in the U.S. course offered by the Department of Journalism and Technical Communcation at Colorado State University (CSU).  We are excited to welcome you as a student for the summer. 

Course Description

The seminar is a
broad-based survey of evolving and emergent communication technologies in the United States, including digital radio and television broadcasting, satellite communications, telephony, computer-mediated communication (the Internet), virtual reality, and other new technologies. Hardware, software, and social effects will be addressed in each area and emphasis will be placed on how these technologies influence U.S. culture. Communication theories relating to the development and diffusion of new technologies will be studied and assessed. Universal social issues such as equal access, censorship, and privacy that transcend media boundaries will also be examined. The training seminar will substantially increase the technological literacy of each student, especially in the areas of information and telecommunication technology.
Students will also gain hands-on practice with each of the technologies addressed in the course.

The program includes field trips to visit Colorado radio and television stations, two newspapers, a magazine, and a website design company -- in addition to several planned recreational outings.

Program Dates


Summer Session II Dates:  Monday, June 15 to Friday, July 10, 2015

Estimated Cost
$3700.00-$3900.00 including tuition, fees, housing, meals, shuttle transportation from Denver International Airport to CSU, CSU student ID, and transcript. Cost based on 3 U.S. credit hours, shared residence hall room, and 14 meals per week. 

Application Instructions and Requirements

Step 1: Be approved and nominated by your home institution.

Step 2: Complete the online application questionnaires.  Be sure that all information is entered accurately as the information will be used for your immigration documents.

Step 3: Scan and upload the following required documents to the online application.

-A Copy of your Passport valid for at least 6 months past the end of your studies at CSU.  Color jpeg (digital photo) file or color pdf.

-An Official Record or Transcript of the courses/subjects studied at your home university.

-Proof of Finances: To receive a DS2019 form, which is required to oobtain a J-1 visa from a U.S. embassy or consulate, you must provide a financial statement verifying that you have at leaset $3,900 USD available to cover tuition, fees, books, health insurance, and personal expenses. 

Documents acceptable as proof of finances include personal bank statement(s) or other financial documents (e.g. scholarship award letters, loan guarantee, etc) showing sufficient funds; Letter of support from parent with bank statemetnt(s) showing sufficient funds; Or a combination of documents and ltters fo support that when added together, show you have sufficient funds.  All documents must be in English.


 

Instructions for Uploading a Document to your Online Application

Step 1: Scan and save the required documents to your computer.  Each required document should be saved in a separate pdf to upload to the appropriate questionnaire.

Step 2: Click on the Application Questionnaire that relates to the document you have saved on your desktop.  For example, if you have the biographical page of your passport saved on your computer, click on Valid Passport.

Step 3: Click on the folder icon in the menu.  Browse to the file you would like uploaded, select it, and then click submit.


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Questions?
Email Sara McCormick at sara.mccormick@colostate.edu.