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Refer to these sources if you're experiencing an emergency abroad
Learn about travel warnings, alerts, and the University's high risk travel appeals process
Learn about insurance for medical and health, legal, security evacuation, lost luggage, and more
Register your travel with STEP and International SOS
Learn tips for how to stay healthy, and advice for how to stay safe abroad
The Office of Global Education’s highest priority is helping students stay healthy and safe while abroad. It is important to consider what challenges you may face outside the U.S. and to acquaint yourself with available resources. We’ve included a number of health and safety tips that apply to all students going abroad.
If you are a CU Denver student experiencing an emergency abroad, refer to these resources.
The safety and security of all CU Denver faculty, staff and students is our highest priority. While international travel is generally quite safe, there are destinations that pose particular challenges.
Insurance is available to mitigate a wide range of situations that may occur while traveling abroad, including: medical and health, legal, security evacuation, lost luggage, and trip cancellation.
Register with the U.S. State Department’s Smart Traveler Enrollment Program (STEP) and register with International SOS’s MyTrips Program
Our highest priority at the Office of Global Education is the safety of our students. We take every possible precaution to make sure that our students stay healthy and safe while abroad.
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