Faculty Resources (Faculty Led/Bilateral)
Faculty Led Study Abroad Programs (FLSAP)
Review the Checklist for FLSAP Proposals and familiarize yourself with the process and deadlines. Complete the FLSAP Proposal Form and prepare all supporting documentation. Obtain appropriate approval signatures on the Approval Routing Form. Submit proposal, signatures, and accompanying documentation to the College of Extended Education & Global Engagement (email@example.com) for review by the International Programs Review Committee (IPRC).
- Checklist for FLSAP Proposals
- Approval Routing Form for FLSAP
- FLSAP Proposal Instructions and Template
Once received, a meeting with the IPRC will be scheduled.
IPRC Committee Members are a committee comprised of representatives from the Office of the Registrar, Financial Aid, Risk Management, College of Extended Education & Global Engagement, and faculty members with experience in the field of international education. The IPRC is a resource to guide the development of faculty-led study abroad programs.
New programs can take up to two years to come to fruition so it is advisable to start the process as soon as possible. If you have any questions about the process, please contact the College of Extended Education & Global Engagement to schedule time with the Study Abroad Coordinator or Dean.
Deadlines:Review the appropriate FLSAP Checklist, above, for detailed deadline information/instructions.
Resources for the Development of FLSAP
Documents and Templates
|Program Budget Template||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||The document must be completed if the program offers Service Learning opportunities to students|
|Academic Programs Curriculum Guidelines, Policies & Procedures||Review/use these guidelines when developing course curriculum. Documents you may find especially helpful are: Credit Hours, WASC Policy; and How to Calculate: Credit Units, Class Time, Course Classification and Faculty Workload.|
|Final Itinerary Template||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||Please contact the Center for International Programs if you have any questions.|
|International Agreements Routing Form||Routing form for international agreements.|
|HSU Volunteer Form||Used when an unpaid volunteer is accompanying the program|
|Independent Student Travel while on a Faculty led Study Abroad Program||This risk management document can be used to track students on independent travel (for weekends, holidays etc.) while participating in a FLSAP|
|HSU Payment Request Form||Used for Guest Lecturers paid from HSU funding source|
|HSU Special Consultant Form||If the program coordinators are not being paid by the partner organizations please complete their contact information and payment details.|
|MOU - Cooperative Agreement Template||A friendship agreement used to establish a partnership to work together and build an international academic program (Optionally submitted with program proposal to show partnership intent and commitment)|
|Special International Academic Programs Service Agreement||Contract required between HSU and partner program|
|HSU International Travel Request Form||Required for international travel|
|FLSAP Studio Abroad Faculty Reviewer Instructions||Review this document if you need assistance with how to access studio abroad to accept, reject or waitlist applicants who have applied to your programs.|
HSU Emergency Management Plan
The Emergency Management Plan, including the Incident Report, can be used by faculty or students:
- EMP Emergency Management Plan
- EMP - Student Emergency Card
- EMP Incident Form (Download this document to your computer before filling it in and save it - then fill it in and save it again.)
- EMP Early Release Form
- How to plan your Emergency Management Abroad
- STEP program (free service for U.S. citizens traveling abroad)
Want to set-up a Bilateral Exchange or 3rd Party Program Partnership?
Humboldt State University recognizes that study abroad programs help foster global understanding and learning among students and faculty, and we support all endeavors in that direction. For information and instructions on how to establish a bilateral exchange program, please review the PDF below.
There are a number of opportunities for faculty to teach abroad through program providers.
Opportunities for teaching and traveling abroad
USACFaculty can also teach abroad for a summer, 'J' term, or a semester with the University Study Abroad Consortium (USAC). You can contact them to inquire at: firstname.lastname@example.org
CSUIPTo find out more about becoming a CSUIP Resident Director please click here.
CSUIP has recently introduced the International Faculty Partnership Seminar program. For more information, please visit: International Faculty Partnership Seminar.
Fulbright ScholarshipsThe Fulbright Program provides grants and scholarships to faculty for the purposes of teaching, conducting research, or attending seminars.
- Log onto PeopleSoft
- Navigate to: Humboldt CS Customization > HUM - Records & Enrollment > HUM On Demand Data Request
- Click "Add a new value"
- Enter a Run Control ID (Study Abroad)
- Search for "abroad" in the Job Name
- Indicate start term and end term (optional)
- Click "Run", then OK
- Click "Process Monitor" to see job status. You'll be emailed a .csv file when the report is ready.