International and Domestic Programs CommitteeThis committee was created to discuss and recommend experiential education course offerings, policies, and program development, following consultations with other faculty committees where appropriate. To review and make recommendations in support of the mission of the Office of International Education including: evaluation of existing study-abroad programs offered by other institutions; feasibility and initiation of new international programs of the College; promotion of international education among students and faculty; advising and assistance regarding recruitment, admission and support of international students; establishment of procedures for selection of exchange professors and make recommendations to the administration. To hear appeals of decisions made by the Office of International Education. To promote and support experiential education within the College community. To review and make recommendations as appropriate regarding experiential education issues such as liability and transportation.
International Course Forms
- International Travel Course Proposal Guidelines (pdf)
Required for a new course
- Safety Protocol - International Student (pdf)
Required for students engaged in independent international study
- Safety Protocol - International Faculty (pdf)
Required for international January interim courses
Domestic Course Forms
- Safety Protocol - Domestic Faculty (pdf)
Required for domestic January interim courses
- Overnight Travel - Faculty Packet (pdf)
Required for short domestic academic (class related) trips during fall or spring semester
This committee has five faculty members, three at large members, two student representatives and ten ex officio. To view this committee click here.