The office of International Programs provides assistance for faculty interested in developing programs, for credit or not for credit. The Faculty Handbook for Short-term Programs is a guide for proposing a program and the Faculty Responsibilities Handbook for Short-term Programs is an additional resource for faculty. When proposing new programs or overseas research projects with students, it is recommended that faculty review the study abroad advisory and the travel abroad policy for high-risk areas.
For faculty who would like to add a new third party semester program to the list of supported study abroad programs, faculty can submit their request for a new program by using the New Study Abroad Program Request - Faculty.
International Programs staff will submit new proposals to the faculty-led International Education Committee (IEC) for review and acceptance.
International Programs supports international scholars hosted by Puget Sound through immigration assistance and pre-arrival information. Departments are encouraged to invite an international visitor to campus. Categories appropriate for the Exchange Visitor J Visa include visiting professors, research scholars, or short-term scholars. International Programs does not provide funds to support these visitors. Contact International Programs if you’re interested in bring an international visitor to campus.