Attention: CSU removed pandemic-related travel restriction as of June 1, 2021. All international travel requests must receive approval from the Provost prior to making any travel arrangements. Kindly note international travel will only be allowed to countries categorized as Level 1 by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and not as a Level 3 or 4 country by the State Department for reasons other than COVID related. Please be sure to check the CDC and State Department websites on intended travel destination before submitting your Faculty-Led Study Abroad proposal for Academic Year 2021 - 2022. Please also be sure to check the local government guidelines on travel quarantine requirements of the country destination.
It’s a surefire way for students to learn your lessons. Text and theory can drain from the brain easily. Exploration and experience sticks like nothing else. Kick-start planning your Study Abroad programs for 2020 and beyond. The Center for Global Engagement at the College of Extended Learning now handles all the short-term Study Abroad programs, including the faculty-led programs.
Jesus Ramirez-Valles &
Health Equity Studies
Asian American Studies
Summer Break: October 1
Winter Break: May 1
All completed proposals must be received at least eight months in advance of your scheduled departure date.
Programs may be developed by working closely with a pre-approved education abroad provider or an institutional partner, which can take a significant amount of time to plan. For those with significant experience in the proposed host location, a program can also be entirely self-designed. New FLPs can use providers that have not been pre-approved, but please keep in mind developing new provider contracts can take several months longer than working with a pre-approved provider. New providers must also go through extensive check before being added as approved FLP providers. Faculty considering the development of a new FLP need to meet with the Faculty-Led Study Abroad program to discuss their ideas and vision prior to developing an FLP program proposal. Faculty will be responsible for making sure student payments associated with the intended trip arrangements are handled properly and timely between all students and the FLP provider.