NAFSA’s Education Abroad Regulatory Practice (EA RP) Committee is charged with identifying and monitoring regulatory practice issues that affect the ability of U.S. students to study abroad. Some regulatory issues require liaison work with U.S. or foreign government officials while other issues are referred to knowledge communities for action through the development of practice resources and education offerings. Below you will find resources and additional information in many regulatory practice areas.
Essential Federal Regulations for Education Abroad
Understand the basic federal regulations that govern privacy, discrimination, and mandatory reporting.
Understanding Financial Aid for Education Abroad
Identify successful ways an education abroad office can support students as they navigate through funding and financial aid questions related to their study abroad program.