• Launch multi-media promotional campaign
to actively recruit students.
• Advise prospective students on their options
and the registration process.
• With Faculty Leader, conduct pre-departure
orientation/s. Discuss logistics, expectations,
country-specific information, health and
safety issues, visas, passports and emergency
contacts, and conduct.
• Ensure that all participants complete online
waiver and health disclosure forms.
• Set up initial Canvas course
• Promote program (in class/studio, e-mail, word-of-
mouth, Info Sessions, etc.) with accurate (free from
exaggerated claims) information to actively
• Organize at least one mandatory pre-departure
orientation meeting that explains course content,
readings, expectations, country-specific
information, health and safety.
• With SA, disseminate accurate, clear, site-specific
orientation materials to students, including faculty
pre-departure and on-site contact information
and student housing information (via Canvas and
• Be informed about student pre-departure
materials required by SA.
• Communicate with students via Canvas.
• Work with students and Registrar to ensure
students are registered for the correct and
• Distribute course syllabus and materials to students
(via Canvas and in pre-departure meetings).
• Teach course(s) as approved with the appropriate
number of contact hours.
• Select and arrange for local guest lecturers to
• Provide opportunities for reflection and integration
of personal experiences abroad into the learning
• Maintain active communication and provide
crisis management support.
• Respond to Student Affairs issues and crises
reported by faculty and staff leaders during
the course of the trip.
• Respond to students in crisis (accident, illness,
family problems at home, etc.); follow the SA
Communication Plan in critical situations; promptly
report to SA and document inappropriate or
concerning student behavior).
• Monitor group dynamics and activities and
intervene as needed.
• Document Clery reportable events.
• Adhere to all SAIC policies as delineated in the
• Model appropriate conduct and hold students
accountable for SAIC Code of Conduct.
• Notify Study Abroad of the arrival of all
participants at program site.
• Monitor spending and keep required
documentation for accounting purposes against
the program budget.
• Participate in all group excursions and events.
• Provide students and SA with contact information
during program’s “free time”.
• Proactively assist students with logistical challenges
(explain how to use public transportation,
exchange money, purchase phones, etc.).
• Coordinate payment for U.S. honoraria and
• Finalize budgets.
• Review Study Trip Evaluations.
• Reconcile cash advances and program
expenses as budgeted. Include original receipts
within 21-30 days of end of program or via
• Provide written or oral feedback to students
related to work created during or after trip.
• Submit grades to Registrar’s Office by Add/Drop
of the subsequent term.
• Submit Clery reports to Security.
• Encourage students to complete online