Arttu Fiva
Ylitornio, Finland
Majors: Economics and Finance
Activities: Varsity Tennis, Economics and Finance Club, International Club 

“Being part of this awesome university has been a blessing. The class sizes are small, and professors are very helpful and interested in the success of the students. My dream is to work in international business, and coming to CNU is one step toward my goal. The Luter School of Business is accredited by the Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business (AACSB), which means my degree is accepted all around the world.”

Vay Ly
Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam
Major: Management
Alpha Kappa Psi (professional business fraternity)

“Coming to the U.S. and studying at CNU provides a great educational opportunity that can be used anywhere around the world. It’s a challenge to adapt to a new culture, but the students and people you meet at CNU are all so nice. Everyone says ‘hi’ to each other, which was new to me. People here also help out in any way they can, whatever your need may be.”

Tulsi Ratnam
Chennai, India
Major: Political Science
Minors: Psychology and American Studies
Multicultural Student Association, Eastern American Student Triumvirate, Where Is the Line Club

“CNU is a very open and inclusive community; there are so many opportunities to get involved, which is extremely important when studying or living abroad. Don’t be shy. Speak up, talk to your fellow Captains and be an active participant on campus.”

Alex Makumbi
Kampala, Uganda
Major: Political Science
Minor: Economics
Varsity Soccer Team, CNU Athletics Ground Crew, Tennis Events Manager, Men of Vision and Excellence (M.O.V.E.), The Africa Project

“If I had one word to describe CNU it would be significance. CNU encourages students to participate, share and be part of the community. I want to live a life that makes a difference. I hope to someday work with a nonprofit organization working in less developed countries. My ultimate goal is to lead my own nonprofit focusing on youth development.”

Alina Sanchez
Havana, Cuba
Minor: Spanish
Hispanic Organization for Latin Awareness, International Club, Students for Christ, M.O.V.E to the mic

“There is something great about knowing that no matter where you’re from or where you’ve been you will find a group that accepts you and finds wonders in your differences. For me, that group has been CNU.”