campus Engagement Initiative

program overview

The US China Association has officially launched a new program called the “Campus Engagement Initiative.” With over 400,00 Chinese high school and university students in the United States each year, we realized this is a way to strengthen our bonds of understanding and friendship without leaving our own backyard.

Several years in the making, this initiative is dedicated to enhancing the ability of university campus administrators, student services personnel, and especially professors of theology and religion, who teach Chinese international students, to successfully engage their students  on campus.


We also acknowledge that we are in a very difficult time for all faculty and students, and this  is especially the case for Chinese international students who have been stranded by the pandemic and taken aback by the tense rhetoric between China and the U.S.

For inquiries, please contact Cecilia Flores,

Campus Engagement Coordinator at

The goal of our

initiative is to create a greater understanding of the cultural, sociological, and philosophical backgrounds of Chinese International  students, which in turn, will help lead  these students  to a richer campus life. 

To learn more about the CEI workshops, surveys and resources, 

please make a selection below:

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