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International Travel for Faculty/Staff

Santa Clara University encourages travel outside of the United States for educational experience. However, traveling has risks and the health and safety of students, faculty, and staff is a primary concern when evaluating international travel. Therefore, it is important for all individuals planning to participate in University-sponsored travel to be aware of the University's international travel policy, related procedures, and what is to be expected of all parties involved with the SCU global experience.

Resources:

What is the University International Travel Policy?

Want to better understand the University's International Travel Policy?

Read it here.

What is University Sponsored Travel?

What travel is University Sponsored?

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What Are the Program Coordinator's Responsibilities?

Why is the Program Coordinator such a vital person for international programs?

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Faculty/Staff Program Coordinator Resources

How can I effectively lead a Pre-Departure Orientation? Where is that CDC link again?

Learn that and more here.

Travel Warning

What is a travel warning? Does SCU allow travel to these countries?

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Roles and Responsibilities

What are my responsibilities as a program coordinator?

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Overview of Approval Process

Want to know how your application is going to be evaluated?

Here's how...

What should I know about Health & Safety abroad?

What are SCU's resources for Health & Safety Abroad?

Our best practices for international travel...

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