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GEN 4.B.12. Off-Campus Study Programs.

 

Off-campus study programs are defined as instructional programs for which the academic content is determined by the site (e.g., study of French in France), the instructor and students leave the campus for 72 hours or more, and the instruction is conducted at sites not under the University of Wisconsin jurisdiction. Off-campus study programs must meet established academic and administrative standards.

(1)  Programs conducted within the United States(except programs of the Diversity Council) must be reviewed and approved by:

(a)  the academic unit head(s),

(b)  the college Dean(s),

(c)  the Director of the Division of Continuing Education & Extension, and

(d)  the Provost and Vice Chancellor.

Requests for the Off-Campus Study Guidelines, application forms and other information should be addressed to the Division of Continuing Education & Extension.

(2)  All Study Abroad programs and domestic programs of the Diversity Council must be reviewed and approved by:

(a)  the academic unit head(s)

(b)  the Diversity Council (required of Diversity Council programs only)

(c)  the college Dean(s)

(d)  the International Programs Coordinator in the Office of International Education, and

(e)  the Provost and Vice Chancellor.

Requests for the guidelines, application forms and other information should be addressed to the Office of International Education.

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