College of Human Sciences International Programs

The College of Human Sciences (CHS) International Programs office assists students with international travel programs available at the college level. Visit the CHS international programs page for information on:

  • International programs available through CHS
  • International scholarships available through CHS
  • Tips
  • Blogs by students studying abroad

College of Human Sciences International Programs
131 MacKay Hall
2302 Osborn Drive
Ames, IA 50011-1078

Faculty-led Study Abroad Programs

If you are interested in leading a study abroad program, please contact

If you, or your students, have questions about current programs, please email

International Activities Funding Opportunities

The College of Human Sciences (CHS) offers a wide variety of grants for faculty and staff proposing international activities. Review this list (PDF) for the opportunities available to you during this academic year. Students who are assisting with international research or attending an international conference may also be eligible for grants, contact for more information.

International Travel Registration

All international business travel must be registered with the Office of Risk Management. See the policy library for more information.

Request a Presentation

If you are interested in having a study abroad presentation for your class or student group, reach out to A typical presentation includes information about the International Programs Office, current programs, and scholarships and financial aid opportunities. The International Programs staff will do their best to accommodate your preferred presentation date and times.

Encourage Study Abroad Fair Participation

Please encourage your students to attend the university-wide study abroad fair! The fair is a great opportunity for students to learn about all the diverse programs the university offers. The study abroad fair takes place at the beginning of the fall and spring semesters in the Memorial Union. Click here, or contact, to learn about future dates.