Faculty-Led Program Submission

Are you a faculty member interested in developing a study abroad program?

Developing a faculty-led study abroad program is more demanding than, and involves a great deal more responsibility than, planning and developing on-campus courses. A program leader ensures learning outcomes, administers first aid, provides care, disciplines students, makes on-the-spot decisions, and is on duty twenty-four hours a day for the duration of the program.

The Office of International Services assists faculty during the planning and development process of a study abroad program. Program submission must be done at least one year in advance. All program proposal submissions for the following academic year are due by May 1.

The Faculty-led Study Abroad Packet should be completed and submitted to OIS in order to gain program approval.

Please contact Study Abroad Coordinator, Amy Schoenberg, to request the packet and if you need more details or have any questions.