Faculty, Staff and Student Responsibilities
Faculty/staff leader responsibilities
The faculty/staff leader role is one of significant importance. In order for the coordination and execution of the off-campus program to be successful it will be key that the program leader understand and complete the following list of responsibilities.
- A faculty/staff leader will accompany all off-campus programs that include students.
- In advance of departure, conduct an appropriate location specific orientation program for all participants (see Orientation guidelines)
- Contact the Health Center for a Travel Report for your program's location and communicate to all students participating that they need to contact the Health Center for the necessary immunizations.
- Review medical/mental health forms and meet with student(s) regarding any concerns and have a written plan of action as needed.
- Consult with the Health Center and/or Counseling and Psychological Services Office on all medical and/or psychological conditions that impact students traveling with you.
- Ensure that all students have completed the necessary Risk and Responsibility forms and/or educational learning content with Terra Dotta. Or for a short term trip or event, turn the completed forms into the Student Development Office 3 days prior to travel.
- For International programs, carry copies of the front page of all passports and any necessary visas.
- Notify the college in the event of an itinerary change and/or emergency within the group or location of program.
- Follow and use the Recommended Procedures for Emergency Notification (posted above).
NOTE: The program leader has the authority to determine if a student’s behavior warrants termination from the program at the student’s expense.
As a participant in an off-campus study program or event sponsored by the college, the student must understand and complete the following list of responsibilities.
- The student must complete all Risk and Responsibility forms.
- Student is required to maintain good standing after a program accepts them. This means that they must maintain good academic standing as well as good social standing.
- Student must obtain all required and recommended immunizations for travel, as determined by the Health Center.
- Student must attend all required on-campus orientation session(s).
- Student is expected to participate in curricular and co-curricular activities as planned by the faculty/leader. Examples include but are not limited to: attending exhibits, conferences, research opportunities and travel as arranged by faculty/leader.
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