SIT is an accredited institution with experience delivering online learning in a variety of formats, including undergraduate study abroad programs, virtual internships, language courses, and graduate degrees and certificates. With SIT Online, we provide students and professionals the resources they need to pursue educational opportunities from anywhere in the world.

  • Not Your Ordinary Virtual Classroom

    Explore SIT’s new online program options, including virtual internships and language courses—all grounded in SIT’s commitment to experiential, immersive learning. Develop the skills you need for a career in the global workforce no matter where you’re located with SIT.

  • Canvas: Online Learning

    Canvas is SIT Online’s learning management system. Access Canvas to review online courses and other online learning resources.

  • Online Graduate Programs

    Earn an MA or graduate certificate without leaving your job or community. SIT Graduate Institute’s online programs offer working professionals a flexible and customized way to further their careers without stepping off the career track. Programs combine online courses with face-to-face interactions that suit each individual’s schedule.

  • SIT Student Emergency Fund

    Our top priority is keeping students, staff, and faculty safe and healthy. Three decades ago, we established the F. Gordon Boyce Student Emergency fund in honor of the former president of SIT to assist our students in time of crisis. Your support will build on this legacy and ensure our students return home swiftly and safely and preserve the continuity of their studies. Please contribute to the SIT Student Emergency Fund today.

  • Teaching at a Distance

    International study can be affected by sudden travel changes and conditions. SIT has resources available for its faculty members so they can maintain the continuity of their course activities during disruptions.

  • SIT World Languages Center

    The SIT World Languages Center is committed to promoting and preserving indigenous and less commonly taught languages while also providing critical, specialized courses in widely studied languages.