Faculty-led Study-in-America and Off-Campus Programs
Study-in-America/Off-Campus programs provide a wonderful opportunity for students to immerse themselves in an educational environment outside of the traditional classroom setting.
Previous and/or current Study-in-America and Off-Campus programs include:
- Theatre (with emphasis on acting, directing and design) in Ashland, Oregon.
- Dance Intensive, New York City, New York
- Storytelling and feature writing, various US national parks
- History and research, National Archives, Washington D.C
- Geography and geology while traveling throughout the North American southwest region
- Anthropology/archaeology at Cross Bar Ranch, Texas and New Mexico
- Geography at Big Bend National Park, Texas
- Fashion Merchandising in New York City, New York
Program Proposal Submission Deadlines
For spring programs, the Office of Distance and Extended Learning will accept program proposals through July 31.
For summer programs, the Office of Distance and Extended Learning will accept program proposals through October 31.
Handbook for Faculty-led Study-in-America/Off-Campus Programs
The purpose of this handbook is to provide information about faculty-led Study-in-America and Off-Campus programs and to illustrate how the process works from start to finish. This guide complements the Faculty Handbook, the Student Handbook and Texas State's Policies and Procedures Statement system.
Handbook for Faculty-led Study-in-America/Off-Campus Programs - Coming Soon!
Information and Assistance
For additional information and/or assistance in developing a Study-in-America or Off-Campus program, please contact the Office of Distance and Extended Learning at 512-245-2322 or 800-511-8656.