CALDWELL, NJ – Caldwell University signed a memorandum of understanding with Leeds Trinity University, located in the city of Leeds in the United Kingdom.
Caldwell President Dr. Nancy Blattner and Leeds Trinity Vice Chancellor Margaret A. House met in Washington DC on Jan. 31 for the signing while they were both attending a conference for the Association for Catholic Colleges and Universities.
A memorandum of understanding allows for a formalized exchange program between two institutions. Caldwell University students will have the opportunity to study at Leeds Trinity and Leeds Trinity students will be able to attend Caldwell.
Leeds Trinity University has a Catholic faith foundation and is located in Leeds in Horsforth, West Yorkshire, England.
“I visited Leeds Trinity last fall and appreciated the beauty of the campus as well as the excellent classrooms and facilities that will be conducive to our students who choose to study abroad there,” Blattner said. “In turn, we look forward to welcoming Leeds Trinity students and providing them with an academically and culturally rich experience here at Caldwell.”