University Global Seal of Biliteracy
The SDSU Global Seal of Biliteracy was made possible through a three-year grant awarded by the California Department of Education’s Multilingual California Initiative. The Global Seal of Biliteracy is a special distinction San Diego State University students can earn in the form of a digital badge after demonstrating working proficiency in a language other than English. To qualify, aspiring candidates must participate in a cultural and linguistic immersion experience and pass standardized testing that covers reading, writing, listening, and speaking in the partner language. The SDSU Global Seal of Biliteracy is a standardized measurement of biliteracy skills, and is open to all students who meet the requirements, regardless of their pathways to proficiency in their languages.
MCAP SDSU PROJECT LEAD
Dra. Cristina Alfaro
Associate Vice President of International Affairs