Lead by Héctor Castañeda, from Centro Evangélico de Estudios Pastorales en América Central, 16 students from Spring Arbor University visited Universidad Francisco Marroquín last January 9th of 2007, accompanied by their professors Terry Darling and Paul Manaceck.
The visitors came to Guatemala because that house of studies gives them the opportunity to travel to a foreign country during three weeks, so that they can know the local studies and life styles. Every year a group of students travels, those that came are from first through fourth year of different careers.
During their visit to the UFM campus they knew the Academic Building and its Socratic Wing, the School of Business, the New Media Digital Resources Center, the Ludwig von Mises Library and the Popol Vuh Museum.
Cedepca is an ecumenical organization that imparts theology courses and has a pastoral program for women who have suffered personal abuse.
A similar group visited the UFM last