Travel eligibility for students is outlined on this U-M Travel Health Plan and Safety Plan Process Flowchart.
|Step 1: Register Your Travel
Register travel with U-M and obtain U-M Travel Abroad Health Insurance: https://global.umich.edu/travel-resources/register-your-travel/
Step 2: Review Risk Designation and Submit Supporting Documents
- Travel Health Low Risk: No additional requirements.
- Travel Health Medium Risk: Complete a Travel Health Plan application at least 3 weeks before travel.
- (Example of a Travel Health Plan; Review Process for Travel Health Plans)
Travel is prohibited at this time (Rare exceptions for students on U-M Managed Programs approved by ITOC. Eligible students would be notified.)
- U-M Travel Warning: Complete an Individual Safety Plan for International Travel application to be reviewed by ITOC at least 3 weeks before travel. (Example of a Safety Plan; Review Process for Safety Plans).
Travel is prohibited at this time.
- Travel registration or Safety Plan / Travel Health Plan Approval does not imply travel approval by your college. Colleges may cancel travel at any time and colleges may have additional requirements for their travelers.
- Students who are on “Group Travel Abroad” do not need to register their own travel or complete a safety / travel plan since their sponsoring U-M department or the program leader will complete a GROUP Safety Plan for international travel (for Program Leaders) on the student participants’ behalf. Details are on the Global Michigan Register Your Travel page.
- Travelers must follow college / unit-specific travel approval steps, if any.
- Travelers must review the Additional Considerations for International Travel.
U-M ranked 5th in the nation in the number of U.S. students studying abroad for the 2019-2020 academic year
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