Faculty led programs are trips with Snow College faculty members to other countries.
Usually there are educational components to the trip, and sometimes there is Snow
College credit offered for the class. For example, Snow College has had trips to Taiwan
to teach English as a Second Language. The students received TESL credits for pre-trip
activities, a project to complete during the trip, and a reflective project upon completion
of the trip. Another example of a faculty led trip was to Colombia for a Global Inquiry
and Service Learning class.
The following resources are to help Snow College Faculty and students with considerations
for a class trip abroad.
Science students visit Panama 2016
Why Study Abroad Video
- Watch the Study Abroad YouTube video >
Health and Safety
- U.S.A. State Department travel page
- Immunizations and the Center for Disease Control
- Health and Travel Insurance - Atlas group travel insurance has been great to work with on past trips. Whatever
group insurance is purchased, it should include medical, emergency, and repatriation.
- Register with the STEP program. This registers the traveler with the embassy in the country where they plan to travel,
in case there needs to be contact.
- Emergency plan—each trip must have a plan in case of emergencies. Check with the CGE
- Liability form(enclosed)
- Culture Iceberg Model and short video
- Culture Shock presentation
Passports and Visas
- Passport application page
- Visa requirements page
Finances and Credits
- Payment plans or deposits. Each trip should consult the CGE about possibilities for
funding. Additionally, Snow College has student travel money available. The office
of the Vice President of Academic Affairs coordinates the travel budget applications,
which are due twice per year and awarded by competition. Contact email@example.com for more information.
- Classes/trips with academic merit, justification, and rigor can qualify for elective
credit through the curriculum committee. Contact the CGE for more information about
class credits for study abroad.
- Scholarships for study abroad:
- Gilman Scholarship
- Freeman Scholarship
- Finding Volunteer Work and Internships Abroad Guide >
- Non-profit and Volunteer Programs >
- Taking a Gap Year to Travel, Volunteer, and Learn >
- Student Guide to Studying Abroad >
- Roadmap to Studying Abroad >
Standard 10 day Packing List
- $100-$200 spending money in cash and ATM card
- Mobile device and charger—if you want it.
- Headphones (consider noise-reducing headphones if you're sensitive to sound)
- Camera and/or a video camera, memory card, and charger
- Travel pillow, blanket, eye mask, and ear plugs
- Travel journal and pen
- Books and magazines
- Guide books, travel guides, maps, language guides, etc. (if you will need any of these
upon arrival at your destination, put it in your carry-on)
- Hand sanitizer or wet wipes
- Prescriptions in original packaging (you’ll want to make sure you have these in your
carry-on bag just in case something were to happen to your checked luggage)
- Lightweight clothing that can be layered
- Pants and/or shorts
- Comfortable walking shoes/flip flops
- Dress (es)
- A swimsuit or swim trunks
- Rain jacket or umbrella
- Toothbrush, toothpaste, floss, mouthwash
- Shampoo, conditioner, sunscreen