Undergraduate student travel to a location with an active DoS Level 3 advisory requires submission of a risk-designated travel petition. The university does not authorize undergraduate travel to locations with an active DoS Level 4 travel advisory or CDC Level 3 Warning.
Graduate student travel to a location with an active DoS Level 3 or Level 4 travel advisory or with an active CDC Level 3 Warning requires submission of a risk-designated travel petition.
Faculty and staff travel to locations with an active DoS Level 4 advisory or an active CDC Level 3 Warning are reviewed on a case-by-case basis and approved if travel is deemed essential.
Travelers to locations with an U.S. Department of Treasury Office of Foreign Asset Control (OFAC) or International Traffic in Arms Regulations (ITAR) sanction must work with University Information Technology Services to comply with federal regulations related to travel to these countries.
A laptop loaner program is available for travelers to risk-designated locations or countries with an increased cybersecurity profile who wish to leave their technology at home.