Loyola University Chicago

Study Abroad

Study Abroad Study Advisory Committee Application

The Study Abroad Student Advisory Committee (SASAC) is comprised of 15 members who have shown exemplary leadership in their study abroad experience and continue to be dedicated to cross-cultural learning. The SASAC serves as a volunteer advisory body to the Office for International Programs (OIP) and brings the student perspective to study abroad decision-making. SASAC members can share their ideas and the current needs of students with OIP staff. The SASAC will also play an active role in supporting study abroad through marketing, outreach, and communication specific to study abroad returnees. Finally, the SASAC has been designed to help study abroad alumni recognize and unlock their skills in global leadership through reflection and action. Regular SASAC meetings will provide an important forum for addressing initiatives throughout the year.
 
 This year, our SASAC will have 3 subcommittees:
1. Event Planning (5 members)
  
- Organize one event each semester in collaboration with Study Abroad staff
2. Outreach and Communication (5 members)
   - Research international post-grad opportunities
   - Manage communication and updates for returned study abroad students
3. Video and Photography (5 members)
  - Create video content related to the study abroad student experience
  - Organize and manage the study abroad photo contest
 
Students who have studied abroad on a Loyola Global Center, Global Partner, Global Exchange or Global Faculty-led program and are interested in a unique student leadership opportunity are encouraged to apply. To apply, complete the form below and select your preferred subcommittee by September 7, 2018.
 
 Questions? Email studyabroad@luc.edu.
Request Form
First Name:
Last Name:
Loyola ID Number:
LUC Email:
Class Year
Study Abroad Term:
Study Abroad Provider and Location
Example: SLU Madrid, IES Barcelona
Major(s):
Why are you interested in becoming a member of the Study Abroad Student Advisory Committee (SASAC)?
What skills or experience can you use to contribute to the SASAC?
List at least one issue/topic you hope to address and improve as a member of the SASAC. Why is this topic important to you?
Please describe your past and current involvement in student organizations, committees, and/or campus leadership positions.
All committee members will be required to meet regularly to discuss SASAC initiatives and projects. Please list your hours of availability (including mornings and evenings) during the week.
Select your preferred SASAC Subcommittee (see descriptions of subcommittees above):