Services for Colleges and Universities Overview
SIT Study Abroad deeply values its partnerships with public and private colleges and universities. Our university relations staff works closely with study abroad advisors and faculty at each student’s home institution to foster a seamless study abroad experience.
- Access key links and resources—including program information and advising and admissions tools—on the Resources and Services page.
- Use our Advisor Portal to track your students’ applications.
- Meet our university relations staff – dedicated to assisting you in person, by phone, and by email – and SIT’s academic and administrative leadership teams.
- Interested in visiting an SIT program? Learn about group program visits and/or arrange an individual visit to any of our seventy+ programs.
Do not hesitate to contact the SIT university relations manager assigned to your region at any time for more information. For general questions about SIT Study Abroad, please visit our inquiry page.
|SIT is accredited by the New England Association of Schools and Colleges, Inc. (NEASC), through its Commission on Institutions of Higher Education.|
SIT Study Abroad is advised by a voluntary Partnership Council, comprised of deans and directors working in study abroad from a diversity of colleges and universities.
What’s new at SIT Study Abroad?
|SIT Study Abroad welcomes Karen Rodríguez, PhD, our new academic dean for the Latin America region. Read Dr. Dr. Rodríguez's complete bio.