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HSU Emergency Management Plan

The Emergency Management Plan, including the Incident Report that can be used by faculty or students, can be found here:

Developing a New Faculty Led Study Abroad Program(FLSAP)

What is Study Abroad? This short article will help to clarify the types of study abroad programs and the elements to be taken into consideration for developing a sustainable program.

The International Programs Review Committee (IPRC) is charged with reviewing and recommending programs to the Director of the Center for International Programs for approval. The Committee has asked that proposers of potential programs write a Letter of Intent, no longer than one page, outlining the basic concept of the program. The Committee would like to be used as a resource to assist in the development of programs. Study Abroad programs can take up to two years to come to fruition so it is advisable to start the process as soon as possible.

No new program will be approved for summer 2017. Please contact the Center for International Programs if you have any questions.

Renewing an Existing Faculty Led Study Abroad Program

Please read the following information: Renewal of an HSU Faculty led Study Abroad Program intro.docx

Please complete the following documents:

The Routing Sheet will be sent for signatures by CIP once the Programs Director's information is completed: Routing for an HSU Faculty led study abroad program.pdf
Part 1: Renewal FLSAP part 1.docx  Deadline for submission -  Oct. 1st
Part 2: Renewal FLASP Part 2 2016.docx Deadline for additional document submission - at least one month before program departure.


Item Notes
Program Budget Template.xlsx  Please use this template to calculate the cost of the program to     the student. The titles of the categories can be changed. The  spreadsheet will calculate the cost of the program to the student once all the categories have a cost attached.
Learning site self assessment.doc The document must be completed if the program offers Service Learning opportunities to students
Final Itinerary Template.docx If you will be anywhere except for the home location please provide contact information either for yourself or someone who will be able to contact you quickly.
Brochure Template.docx Please contact the Center for International Programs if you have any questions.

Opportunities for teaching abroad

There are a number of opportunities for faculty to teach abroad through program providers.


The California State University International Programs (CSUIP) offers yearlong directorships in various countries. Deadline for applications is Dec. 1st. More information can be found here:


Faculty can also teach abroad for a summer, 'J' term, or a semester with the University Study Abroad Consortium (USAC):  2018-19 USAC Visiting Professor Application Form.docx

Fulbright Scholarships

The Fulbright Program provides grants and scholarships to faculty for the purposes of teaching, conducting research, or attending seminars: