Lewis & Clark is a diverse community that welcomes students from around the world, so it’s not uncommon to hear the term “TCK” on our campus. It stands for Third Culture Kids, sometimes called global nomads, and describes students who have grown up in two or more countries, usually because of a parent’s work.
We have a wealth of resources and programs for all international students. In turn, they provide fresh perspectives and insight to students who have not yet traveled extensively.
Lewis & Clark International and TCK students: Class of 2012 (produced by Osaebea Amoako ’12):
Learn more about our global nomads in this story, originally published in the Chronicle magazine.