As a WSU faculty member leading a travel study program, you should familiarize yourself with the Study Abroad Program Director Handbook. This document will help you better understand your role, responsibilities, and rights as a Study Abroad Program Director. Please read it thoroughly before submitting a proposal for your Study Abroad Program.
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Your program proposal must:
- Contain all required information and documentation.
- Be signed by your academic department head and dean before submission.
- Be accompanied by a signed Conflict of Interest Disclaimer from each program leader.
Note: You will no longer fill out a p-card application unless you do not already have a departmental p-card. Departmental cards will now be used, and charges will be reallocated in Concur. Please ensure Eric Hunter and Emma Nettleton are listed as "delegates" in your Concur profile.
For a sample of a completed proposal, please email email@example.com.
Traveling abroad is a great experience that may come with some risk. Please consider the following while planning and leading a Study Abroad Program:
- Consider purchasing travel insurance for yourself and encourage your students to do the same.
- Emergency Health Insurance will be included in each FLSA trip.
- Always travel with a cell phone that works in the destination country or countries, and please give the number to Study Abroad.
- Seriously consider booking your air travel as a group through Study Abroad. Traveling as a group is always a good idea – remember that some students may not have traveled before, especially internationally. If you decide to book airfare individually, please have all participants’ itinerary in case of an emergency.
- Provide students with emergency contact information.