Advisors & Faculty

The six sections and related links listed below are aimed to provide advisors and faculty with resources to guide students through an ISA study abroad program. These resources include advising tools to assist in identifying ISA programs that will best fit your students' international education needs, detailed information pertaining to transcripts and grades, an outline of how to become an ISA affiliated university, and important ISA health and safety information. Furthermore, we invite you to review the Visit ISA section in order to increase your familiarity with ISA and our program offerings. If you have additional questions, please do not hesitate to contact the Academic Affairs department: