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Proposals for GCC are currently being accepted for review.

These will have a deadline of February 15th, 2023.


Information on proposing a Global Course Connections (GCCs)

Global Course Connections (GCC) programs are 3-4 week-long extensions of courses taught on campus during winter term.

  • LSA Faculty may propose GCCs from any academic discipline.
  • LSA Faculty who teach GCCs deliver original academic content that bridges classroom and experiential learning.
  • This is a great option for LSA Faculty to teach special topics abroad that can provide students enriching academic learning opportunities while also creating engaging global experiences.
  • Selected proposals will receive a minimum grant of $10,000 to help support program costs. Depending on program length and location, programs might qualify for additional funding.

If your proposal is accepted, CGIS provides support on various fronts such as making logistical arrangements (housing, classroom rental, excursions), helps coordinate responses to medical situations, and so much more! 

How do I apply?


The CGIS Faculty Proposal Application has moved to Google Forms and can be found at this link:

The proposal submission consists of 8 sections containing various questions regarding your proposed program, as well as 2 documents that must be downloaded, signed, and submitted. The sections are:

  • General Information
  • GCC Proposal Information
  • Faculty Leader Site Experience
  • GCC On-Campus Course
  • Off-campus / On-campus connection
  • On-Site Risk Mitigation
  • Program Leader Agreement Form (Requires Faculty Signature)
  • Departmental Approval Form (Requires Department Chair/Administrator Signatures)


Once you've submitted your proposal, members of the CGIS leadership team will contact you indicating whether your proposal has been approved or not. If your proposal is accepted, you will be asked to meet with the CGIS team to discuss your proposed program. 


  • If you require technical help, please email CGIS Communications Specialist, Corrin Leverton (