Develop a Faculty-Led Program

The World is your Classroom

Facilitating a faculty-led program is a rewarding way to academically engage with students outside of the traditional classroom setting. The experience is transformative for both students and faculty.

Faculty-led programs (FLPs) are academic courses offered off-campus during the Summer, Spring Break, or Winter J Term. Much like the courses you teach on-campus, students will earn academic credit (typically 1-4 credits per program).

The Office of International Education will provide you the support you need throughout the development, preparation and implementation phases. The proposal process 2024-2025 contains two phases. Basic information will be required for Phase 1. For programs approved to move to Phase 2, more detailed information regarding site visits, on-site logistical support, detailed itineraries, risk management, and budgets will be required.

The 2023 faculty-led program proposal application cycle will open soon! Check back for more updates.

Contact Us

If you will be submitting a proposal for a program that has not yet run, you are encouraged to contact Michelle Carrara to discuss your program proposal before submitting your online application.

Michelle Carrara
Ph: 401.874.9428

Contact Information

Office of International Education and National Student Exchange
Monday – Friday, 8:30am – 4:30pm EST
37 Lower College Road, Kingston, RI, 02881

Phone: 401.874.2395

Advising Appointments
To schedule an appointment, log into Starfish, search for International Education and National Student Exchange and select the advisor based on your college.