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Domestic Field Study

Existing Program Planning

Domestic Field Study programs provide students with site-specific learning opportunities within the United States. Some Field Study programs include tours of museums, archaeological digs, geological sites, and other experiences where the site constitutes an important resource for instruction. 
Similarly to study abroad programs, faculty and staff who run Domestic Field Study programs must engage in the annual program planning process. Each year, the Office of Global Engagement (OGE) works with Program Directors of existing programs to complete the Program Planning Process.

This process ensures that the necessary academic, curricular, and financial information for each program is communicated across campus. OGE will consult with Program Directors, unit heads, Curriculum Systems, the Office of Faculty Affairs, and other on-campus partners as necessary during this review. The final authority for program planning will reside with the Associate Provost for Global Engagement.

To start your Domestic Field Study Planning application, click the button below:
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If you have already started a Domestic Field Study Planning application, you can find instructions to continue your existing application by clicking the button below:

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Domestic Field Study Planning Templates
Type Type of Program Template
Financial All Programs FSTY F20 Budget Template
Academic Short-Term Programs (less than 8 weeks) Short FSTY Program Info and Itinerary Template
Academic Semester Programs (8 weeks or longer) Semester FSTY Program Info Template
Academic Independent Practicum or Student Teaching Programs FSTY Practicum, or Student Teaching Program Information Template
Important Dates and Deadlines
Deadline Spring 2020 Maymester/Summer 2020 Fall 2020
Program directors submit documentation into the StudyAway Portal. 9/1/2019 9/30/2019 2/2/2020
Program Planning Step-by-Step Instructions
Contact Information