Submit Field Experience Verification
Upon completion of your Global Health Field Experience, you are required to provide the Global Health Advisor with a document verifying that you completed your hours. Once the verification document is received, your degree audit will be updated to show that your field experience is "complete" and a notification will be sent to students through the VAC.
Student may submit no more than 3 letters or verification to complete their 100 hours.
Please submit one of the following documents to verify your hours:
Option 1: Track your hours using the GH Log.
Have your supervisor complete and sign the verification form on the final page (attach log with verification form).
Submit the signed logs to email@example.com or bring to the Global Health Program Office.
Option 2: Supervisor Submits a Verification Letter or Email
Once you have completed your hours, you will need to ask your supervisor to send documentation to the Global Health Program Office to verify your hours.
This documentation may be in the form of a letter on official letterhead or official email from your direct supervisor in the program.
The letter or email must include:
1) a short description of your activities and responsibilities
2) the number of hours you completed
3) the begin/end dates of the activity
4) the supervisor's signature, title, and contact information
Please have your supervisor send to firstname.lastname@example.org.
This option is to use if you completed a pre-approved Study Abroad Program that has field work built in to the curriculum.
Upon completion of your pre-approved program and once your grade has posted, please send a message in the VAC with the following information:
"I completed the NAME OF PROGRAM to fulfill my Global Health Field Experience Requirement for my MAJOR/MINOR. It is now appearing on my academic transcript, can I please have my field experience requirement shown as complete".
Final Step: Reflection
The GHP Advisor will send you a survey (upon verification of completion) to reflect on your field experience. Please share your experience with other students!