Student Services Staff

Francisco Aragon-Guiller

Francisco Aragon-Guiller

Program Manager: Chile, Cuba, France, Italy and Spain

Francisco joined Arcadia’s College of Global Studies in November of 2010 and holds a Master’s degree in Spanish Language and Literature from the University of Delaware. He was born and spent many of his formative years in Buenos Aires, Argentina, in addition to having lived and worked in Uruguay, the UK and Spain. 

Over the past six years, Francisco has taught Spanish language, literature and culture as well as worked in student-focused administrative capacities in several American universities.

International education has always been an interest for Francisco—particularly in finding meaningful links between students of all disciplines and abroad experiences that connect seamlessly to their career and personal aspirations. In addition, Francisco enjoys sharing his passion for the arts, history and artisanal food production traditions of Spain, Italy and Latin America with students.

View Francisco talking about his role as Program Manager.

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