Role of the Office for Global & Experiential Education


The Office of Global and Experiential Education provides administrative support, guidance, and funding for Short-Term Study Programs.  The Office of Global and Experiential Education’s responsibilities include:

  • Advising faculty members with questions about the proposal process
  • Reviewing and selecting faculty proposals
  • Building course websites and student applications
  • Marketing the overall collection of Short-Term Programs
  • Communicating with students about application procedures
  • Work with department administrator to create course reference numbers and arrange on-campus space, as needed
  • Registering students
  • Issuing advance payments for the course
  • Presenting health and safety information to all students prior to departure
  • Providing pre-departure training for faculty, including detailed financial and risk management information
  • Collecting student evaluations

Faculty Director’s Role