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Study Abroad for Faculty

The fulbright exchange program
Faculty Resources
forms and guidelines
Find out more information about how you may benefit from the program.
We provide you with the resources to help you succeed.
Download study abroad forms and health and safety guideline responsibilities.
The fulbright exchange program
Find out more information about how you may benefit from the program.
Faculty Resources
We provide you with the resources to help you succeed.
forms and guidelines
Download study abroad forms and health and safety guideline responsibilities.


The purpose of this site is to provide DCCCD faculty members with the necessary support, knowledge, guidelines, and risk management tools to develop safe and approved study abroad course(s), which will allow students to obtain international knowledge and  prepare them to become global citizens.


 


DCCCD hope through this site to encourage the following goals:

  • Increase faculty participation in study abroad
  • Guide and advise faculty about study abroad opportunities and promote cross-cultural, risk management, and safety awareness.
  • Facilitate and ensure access to study abroad to all students
  • Assist faculty and administrators in setting up study abroad programs


DCCCD Study Abroad Support Services:

If you are planning to develop a study abroad course, please review the following information to incorporate the necessary safety mechanism and successful study abroad course.

  • Please read the Special Considerations for Faculty Teaching Study Abroad Courses guidelines.

  • Please visit the U.S. State Department and research any travel warning relating to the country.

  • Please read the Faculty Study Abroad Course Travel Handbook.

  • If you plan to travel to a foreign country, please make sure you make two copies of your itinerary, passport, credit cards that you plan to bring, driver’s license, and airline tickets.  You should leave one copy with a friend or family member and take the other copy with you.

  • Please register your travel with the local U.S. Embassy.  In that way, the Embassy will know where you are and be well prepared to notify you in case of a family emergency, natural disaster or civil unrest.

  • Please research travel insurance options for your trip.

  • Please notify the Risk Management Office and the District International Studies Office about your travel, and if you have any questions concerning information on this site before your travel.

  • Please review the Study Abroad Risk Management power-point presentation. (PDF 602 KB)


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