Faculty Led Programs
The Spahr-Tan Center for International Education through the Office of the Provost supports off-campus courses taught by HCU faculty; agreements with other study abroad programs and/or foreign universities; service opportunities including missions, internships, and student teaching opportunities; and faculty teaching opportunities abroad. All HCU-sponsored study/service abroad trips and/or foreign travel must be submitted to the Office of the Provost in a timely manner. To ensure adequate consideration prior to the deadline for publication in the upcoming schedule of classes, proposals for spring or summer study abroad travel must be received by August 1 of the preceding year and proposals for fall study abroad travel must be received by January 1 of the same year. Any proposal for a service abroad must be received at least six months prior to the proposed departure date. A faculty or staff program facilitator (with affirmation of their dean or director) may present a program proposal to the Office of the Provost. The proposal should include all items outlined in the proposal template, i.e., connection to the University mission and strategic plan, facilitator credentials, program description and logistical details, promotion plan, financial plan, and assessment plan.
Faculty and staff interested in serving as a facilitator for service abroad or study abroad opportunities for students should review the guidelines for Service and Study Abroad, as well as complete and submit the following documents to the Spahr-Tan Center for International Education for review.