University Student Centers
International Students Flag Display, 2015

The University Student Centers celebrates the University's commitment to a global community with its annual International Students Flag Display. The annual display shows how our students come from every part of the world, and the combination of their diverse backgrounds creates a robust educational environment on campus. Currently, the University welcomes over 1,800 international students from over 90 countries to the United States, many making their first trip here or abroad. Though many students from the United States may hold multiple citizenships, the flags represent specifically those students who are visiting our country on a visa for education. The USC Flag Display is changed annually based on the home countries of those students who are active for the spring semester. The United States flag is also displayed to celebrate our welcoming and inclusive environment. We invite you to get to know our students individually and to learn about the countries from which they come.

To learn more about our International Students, please visit the Office for International Students and Scholars.

Below is the list of countries represented in Trabant University Center for 2015.

Albania
Algeria
Argentina
Australia
Azerbaijan
Bangladesh
Belarus
Belgium
Benin
Bosnia and Herzegovina
Brazil
Bulgaria
Canada
Chile
China
Colombia
Congo, The Democratic Republic
Costa Rica
Cote D'Ivoire
Croatia
Ecuador
Egypt
France
Germany
Ghana
Greece
Guyana
Honduras
Hong Kong
India
Indonesia
Iran (Islamic Republic Of)
Iraq
Israel
Italy
Jamaica
Japan
Jordan
Kazakhstan
Kenya
Korea, Republic of
Kuwait
Lao People's Democratic Rep
Lebanon
Liberia
Libyan Arab Jamahiriya
Malaysia
Mauritius
Mexico
Morocco
Mozambique
Myanmar
N/A
Nepal
Netherlands
New Zealand
Nigeria
Oman
Pakistan
Peru
Philippines
Portugal
Russian Federation
Saudi Arabia
Singapore
South Africa
Spain
Sri Lanka
Switzerland
Taiwan
Tajikistan
Tanzania, United Republic of
Thailand
Togo
Trinidad and Tobago
Tunisia
Turkey
United Arab Emirates
United Kingdom
Uruguay
Venezuela
Viet Nam
Yugoslavia
Zimbabwe