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Department & Faculty Information

The Center for International Education (CIE) works closely with the campus community to serve international students, scholars, and faculty at Loyola. 

Hiring International Faculty/Short-term Visitors Education Abroad International Students
Short-Term Visitors

Developing a Faculty-Led Education Abroad Program

Effectively Marketing Loyola Faculty-Led Study Abroad Programs

Admitting International Graduate Students
Non-Tenure Track Faculty Developing a  Non Faculty-led Education Abroad Program International Students in the Classroom
Tenure-Track Faculty New Exchange Agreements Application and Approval Process  Hiring International Students

Health and Safety

Health Insurance

Education Abroad Emergency Protocol

Health, Safety, and Security Inventory

  International Opportunities for Faculty  

Study Abroad Faculty Handbook


Chart of Study Abroad Course Subjects by University

Academic Advising for Study Abroad and FAQs for Faculty Advisors


Policy for Study Abroad in Sites under a State Department or CDC Travel Warning



Request a class presentation on study abroad

Staff Positions

All staff employment must go through Human Resources. The university will not prepare immigration petitions for staff. Individuals and departments can choose to file applications using approved attorneys, following the guidelines below and after discussion with HR.

CIE will be happy to recommend attorneys who specialize in immigration.

H-1B Applications

Labor Condition Attestation - Attorneys must use the OES Survey with certification from the Louisiana Alien Labor Certification Unit. If the Department does not pay the filing fees than the employee's salary as listed on the OES Survey must be reduced by the amount of the filing fees for the LCA.

The Public File must be sent to CIE and should include the following documents:

  • Prevailing wage certification
  • Actual wage letter from department
  • Proof of posting (from Human Resources)
  • Certified labor condition attestation.

Staff applications are signed by the Director of Human Resources.