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COVID-19 Updates

COVID-19 updates for SAF Students

Keeping you informed

IES Abroad's experienced and sophisticated Crisis Management Team has been closely monitoring and responding to the COVID-19 situation. With extensive crisis management plans and protocols in place, we are using real-time safety and security alerts from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), the World Health Organization (WHO), local government embassies and consulates, and a number of private organizations, to protect your interests during this pre-departure and while you are abroad.  We have a dedicated medical consultant and a protocol for emerging infectious diseases, which IES has used in responding to SARS, H1N1, H1N9 and now COVID-19.

SAF is here to support you today and throughout your experience. If you have any questions about this information, please contact us:

Monday – Friday, 8:30 a.m. – 4:30 p.m. U.S. Eastern Time
Office Phone: +1 317-925-2943

For serious emergencies during weekends and evenings, U.S. Eastern Time
SAF Emergency Phone: +1 317-358-7025
WeChat ID: saftest1 
Line ID:  safemergency
Kakao:  emergencySAF

Staying safe
Follow official steps from WHO, CDC (or your host countries national medical organization) and contact your host university student health center and SAF. Carry your medical insurance card with you at all times. Make sure SAF has an up-to-date Student Health Support Form. 

What should you do if you were hospitalized?
If you are hospitalized you may need SAF’s assistance in navigating communication between yourself, the hospital and your insurance provider. Hospitals will not share your information with anyone, sign a Release of Information form for SAF to communicate on your behalf or to communicate with your family. Interpretation and translation services are usually available; they must be requested. COVID-19 is covered by your insurance plan. 

Summer Programs?
SAF has announced a range of new online and remote learning opportunities for students in summer 2020 at UCLA, UC Berkeley, University of Columbia, and IES Abroad.

SAF is continuing to update the information on this page. Please check back regularly for the latest information. 


University updates

 

 

 


American University

 
  • Your university moved to online courses for the remainder of the spring semester.
  • SAF will contact American University Washington Internship participants directly to discuss how these developments impact you. 
  • American University is intending to provide international students concerned about returning home with an on-campus accommodation option after March 23. Students who feel they are in a serious situation that may require this option need to contact [email protected]
  • Many states in the U.S. have declared a state of emergency. A state of emergency is a preemptive effort to ensure policies and actions are in place to protect the public, preventing further issues such as price gouging. In the U.S., this is also a necessary prerequisites for states to secure additional funding from the federal government.
  • Your university may change their approach to delivering academic content and organizing events on campus. Changes in your region may be required by local, state or federal government authorities, and do not mean that a positive COVID-19 case has occurred near you.
  • Pay attention to your university's official communication channels, including the official university website and your student email account. Sign up for any university alert systems in place.
  • Do not travel during Spring Break. If you have previously organized travel, please contact your travel provider to discuss refund or travel credit options. If you leave your campus, you may unable to return. 
  • Update SAF with your latest contact information and as your plans change. Email [email protected] or use the Post-Arrival Form in your Student Portal.
  • Protect yourself by following the World Health Organization's health tips.
  • Use reliable news sources that are verified and credible, including the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention travel advisories, situation summaries, and health protocols.
  • Get support if you're experiencing discrimination, feelings of anxiety or depression. Reach out to your campus support services, or directly to SAF. You are covered for a variety of health issues through your insurance program.

 

 


Arizona State University

 
  • Your university moved to online courses for the remainder of the spring semester. No matter what you do, it is important that you continue to complete your course requirements. SAF is here to help support you through this time.
  • Arizona State has also developed a website at to answer important questions for students.
  • Many states in the U.S. have declared a state of emergency. A state of emergency is a preemptive effort to ensure policies and actions are in place to protect the public, preventing further issues such as price gouging. In the U.S., this is also a necessary prerequisites for states to secure additional funding from the federal government.
  • Your university may change their approach to delivering academic content and organizing events on campus. Changes in your region may be required by local, state or federal government authorities, and do not mean that a positive COVID-19 case has occurred near you.
  • Pay attention to your university's official communication channels, including the official university website and your student email account. Sign up for any university alert systems in place.
  • Do not travel during Spring Break. If you have previously organized travel, please contact your travel provider to discuss refund or travel credit options. If you leave your campus, you may unable to return. 
  • Update SAF with your latest contact information and as your plans change. Email [email protected] or use the Post-Arrival Form in your Student Portal.
  • Protect yourself by following the World Health Organization's health tips.
  • Use reliable news sources that are verified and credible, including the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention travel advisories, situation summaries, and health protocols.
  • Get support if you're experiencing discrimination, feelings of anxiety or depression. Reach out to your campus support services, or directly to SAF. You are covered for a variety of health issues through your insurance program.

 


California State University, Long Beach

 
  • Your university moved to online courses for the remainder of the spring semester. No matter what you do, it is important that you continue to complete your course requirements. SAF is here to help support you through this time.
  • The state government of California issued a shelter in place order starting March 19 until further notice. It is imperative that you follow these regulations issued by state and local governments.
  • If you decide to, you are able to travel to an airport for the purpose of returning home. Continue to follow the “social distancing” regulations.
  • Many states in the U.S. have declared a state of emergency. A state of emergency is a preemptive effort to ensure policies and actions are in place to protect the public, preventing further issues such as price gouging. In the U.S., this is also a necessary prerequisites for states to secure additional funding from the federal government.
  • Your university may change their approach to delivering academic content and organizing events on campus. Changes in your region may be required by local, state or federal government authorities, and do not mean that a positive COVID-19 case has occurred near you.
  • Pay attention to your university's official communication channels, including the official university website and your student email account. Sign up for any university alert systems in place.
  • Do not travel during Spring Break. If you have previously organized travel, please contact your travel provider to discuss refund or travel credit options. If you leave your campus, you may unable to return. 
  • Update SAF with your latest contact information and as your plans change. Email [email protected] or use the Post-Arrival Form in your Student Portal.
  • Protect yourself by following the World Health Organization's health tips.
  • Use reliable news sources that are verified and credible, including the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention travel advisories, situation summaries, and health protocols.
  • Get support if you're experiencing discrimination, feelings of anxiety or depression. Reach out to your campus support services, or directly to SAF. You are covered for a variety of health issues through your insurance program.

 

 


California State University, San Marcos

 
  • Your university moved to online courses for the remainder of the spring semester. No matter what you do, it is important that you continue to complete your course requirements. SAF is here to help support you through this time.
  • The state government of California issued a shelter in place order starting March 19 until further notice. It is imperative that you follow these regulations issued by state and local governments.
  • If you decide to, you are able to travel to an airport for the purpose of returning home. Continue to follow the “social distancing” regulations.
  • Many states in the U.S. have declared a state of emergency. A state of emergency is a preemptive effort to ensure policies and actions are in place to protect the public, preventing further issues such as price gouging. In the U.S., this is also a necessary prerequisites for states to secure additional funding from the federal government.
  • Your university may change their approach to delivering academic content and organizing events on campus. Changes in your region may be required by local, state or federal government authorities, and do not mean that a positive COVID-19 case has occurred near you.
  • Pay attention to your university's official communication channels, including the official university website and your student email account. Sign up for any university alert systems in place.
  • Do not travel during Spring Break. If you have previously organized travel, please contact your travel provider to discuss refund or travel credit options. If you leave your campus, you may unable to return. 
  • Update SAF with your latest contact information and as your plans change. Email [email protected] or use the Post-Arrival Form in your Student Portal.
  • Protect yourself by following the World Health Organization's health tips.
  • Use reliable news sources that are verified and credible, including the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention travel advisories, situation summaries, and health protocols.
  • Get support if you're experiencing discrimination, feelings of anxiety or depression. Reach out to your campus support services, or directly to SAF. You are covered for a variety of health issues through your insurance program.

 

 


 

Columbia University

 
  • SAF is offering online and/or remote learning opportunities with this institution over summer 2020.
  • The state government of New York issued a ‘shelter in place' order starting Sunday, March 22 until further notice. It is imperative that you follow these regulations issued by state and local governments.
  • If you decide to, you are able to travel to an airport for the purpose of returning home. Continue to follow the “social distancing” regulations. 
  • Your university has announced plans to offer online instruction through the end of semester. Please see the official announcement
  • Students remaining in New York can refer to what they should expect.
  • Many states in the U.S. have declared a state of emergency. A state of emergency is a preemptive effort to ensure policies and actions are in place to protect the public, preventing further issues such as price gouging. In the U.S., this is also a necessary prerequisites for states to secure additional funding from the federal government.
  • Your university may change their approach to delivering academic content and organizing events on campus. Changes in your region may be required by local, state or federal government authorities, and do not mean that a positive COVID-19 case has occurred near you.
  • Pay attention to your university's official communication channels, including the official university website and your student email account. Sign up for any university alert systems in place.
  • Do not travel during Spring Break. If you have previously organized travel, please contact your travel provider to discuss refund or travel credit options. If you leave your campus, you may unable to return. 
  • Update SAF with your latest contact information and as your plans change. Email [email protected] or use the Post-Arrival Form in your Student Portal.
  • Protect yourself by following the World Health Organization's health tips.
  • Use reliable news sources that are verified and credible, including the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention travel advisories, situation summaries, and health protocols.
  • Get support if you're experiencing discrimination, feelings of anxiety or depression. Reach out to your campus support services, or directly to SAF. You are covered for a variety of health issues through your insurance program.

 

 


Cornell University

 
  • Many states in the U.S. have declared a state of emergency. A state of emergency is a preemptive effort to ensure policies and actions are in place to protect the public, preventing further issues such as price gouging. In the U.S., this is also a necessary prerequisites for states to secure additional funding from the federal government.
  • Your university may change their approach to delivering academic content and organizing events on campus. Changes in your region may be required by local, state or federal government authorities, and do not mean that a positive COVID-19 case has occurred near you.
  • Pay attention to your university's official communication channels, including the official university website and your student email account. Sign up for any university alert systems in place.
  • Do not travel during Spring Break. If you have previously organized travel, please contact your travel provider to discuss refund or travel credit options. If you leave your campus, you may unable to return. 
  • Update SAF with your latest contact information and as your plans change. Email [email protected] or use the Post-Arrival Form in your Student Portal.
  • Protect yourself by following the World Health Organization's health tips.
  • Use reliable news sources that are verified and credible, including the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention travel advisories, situation summaries, and health protocols.
  • Get support if you're experiencing discrimination, feelings of anxiety or depression. Reach out to your campus support services, or directly to SAF. You are covered for a variety of health issues through your insurance program.

 

 


George Washington University

 
  • Due to ongoing pandemic concerns, SAF is not offering usual summer programming at this institution in 2020.
  • Many states in the U.S. have declared a state of emergency. A state of emergency is a preemptive effort to ensure policies and actions are in place to protect the public, preventing further issues such as price gouging. In the U.S., this is also a necessary prerequisites for states to secure additional funding from the federal government.
  • Your university may change their approach to delivering academic content and organizing events on campus. Changes in your region may be required by local, state or federal government authorities, and do not mean that a positive COVID-19 case has occurred near you.
  • Pay attention to your university's official communication channels, including the official university website and your student email account. Sign up for any university alert systems in place.
  • Do not travel during Spring Break. If you have previously organized travel, please contact your travel provider to discuss refund or travel credit options. If you leave your campus, you may unable to return. 
  • Update SAF with your latest contact information and as your plans change. Email [email protected] or use the Post-Arrival Form in your Student Portal.
  • Protect yourself by following the World Health Organization's health tips.
  • Use reliable news sources that are verified and credible, including the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention travel advisories, situation summaries, and health protocols.
  • Get support if you're experiencing discrimination, feelings of anxiety or depression. Reach out to your campus support services, or directly to SAF. You are covered for a variety of health issues through your insurance program.

 

 


Johns Hopkins University

 
  • Due to ongoing pandemic concerns, SAF is not offering usual summer programming at this institution in 2020.
  • Johns Hopkins University has confirmed classes will remain online for the remainder of the Spring Semester, including final exams. No matter what you do, it is important that you continue to complete your course requirements. 
  • Undergraduate classes are now online following the conclusion of Spring Break from Monday March 23 through to at least April 12, 2020. Please see the university's official message. Students who remain on campus during this time must register with JHU Student Affairs by Friday, March 13, 2020. Students in university housing during this time may be subject to health screenings by the university and will not be permitted to host visitors.
  • Many states in the U.S. have declared a state of emergency. A state of emergency is a preemptive effort to ensure policies and actions are in place to protect the public, preventing further issues such as price gouging. In the U.S., this is also a necessary prerequisites for states to secure additional funding from the federal government.
  • Your university may change their approach to delivering academic content and organizing events on campus. Changes in your region may be required by local, state or federal government authorities, and do not mean that a positive COVID-19 case has occurred near you.
  • Pay attention to your university's official communication channels, including the official university website and your student email account. Sign up for any university alert systems in place.
  • Do not travel during Spring Break. If you have previously organized travel, please contact your travel provider to discuss refund or travel credit options. If you leave your campus, you may unable to return. 
  • Update SAF with your latest contact information and as your plans change. Email [email protected] or use the Post-Arrival Form in your Student Portal.
  • Protect yourself by following the World Health Organization's health tips.
  • Use reliable news sources that are verified and credible, including the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention travel advisories, situation summaries, and health protocols. Please refer to your university's official Coronavirus webpage.
  • Get support if you're experiencing discrimination, feelings of anxiety or depression. Reach out to your campus support services, or directly to SAF. You are covered for a variety of health issues through your insurance program. Note the availability of services from the Chinese Consulate in Washington, DC, Consular Service of China, the Chinese Citizen Overseas Registration Form, and the Consular Service's WeChat Accont: LS12308.

 

 


Lewis & Clark

 
  • Many states in the U.S. have declared a state of emergency. A state of emergency is a preemptive effort to ensure policies and actions are in place to protect the public, preventing further issues such as price gouging. In the U.S., this is also a necessary prerequisites for states to secure additional funding from the federal government.
  • Your university may change their approach to delivering academic content and organizing events on campus. Changes in your region may be required by local, state or federal government authorities, and do not mean that a positive COVID-19 case has occurred near you.
  • Pay attention to your university's official communication channels, including the official university website and your student email account. Sign up for any university alert systems in place.
  • Do not travel during Spring Break. If you have previously organized travel, please contact your travel provider to discuss refund or travel credit options. If you leave your campus, you may unable to return. 
  • Update SAF with your latest contact information and as your plans change. Email [email protected] or use the Post-Arrival Form in your Student Portal.
  • Protect yourself by following the World Health Organization's health tips.
  • Use reliable news sources that are verified and credible, including the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention travel advisories, situation summaries, and health protocols.
  • Get support if you're experiencing discrimination, feelings of anxiety or depression. Reach out to your campus support services, or directly to SAF. You are covered for a variety of health issues through your insurance program.

 

 


Michigan State University

 
  • Michigan State University has confirmed classes will remain online for the remainder of the Spring Semester, including final exams. No matter what you do, it is important that you continue to complete your course requirements. 
  • Your university has announced the suspension of face-to-face instructions with classes moving online from Wednesday March 11 until April 20. Please see the university's official message.
  • Many states in the U.S. have declared a state of emergency. A state of emergency is a preemptive effort to ensure policies and actions are in place to protect the public, preventing further issues such as price gouging. In the U.S., this is also a necessary prerequisites for states to secure additional funding from the federal government.
  • Your university may change their approach to delivering academic content and organizing events on campus. Changes in your region may be required by local, state or federal government authorities, and do not mean that a positive COVID-19 case has occurred near you.
  • Pay attention to your university's official communication channels, including the official university website and your student email account. Sign up for any university alert systems in place.
  • Do not travel during Spring Break. If you have previously organized travel, please contact your travel provider to discuss refund or travel credit options. If you leave your campus, you may unable to return. 
  • Update SAF with your latest contact information and as your plans change. Email [email protected] or use the Post-Arrival Form in your Student Portal.
  • Protect yourself by following the World Health Organization's health tips.
  • Use reliable news sources that are verified and credible, including the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention travel advisories, situation summaries, and health protocols. Please check your university's official webpage frequently.
  • Get support if you're experiencing discrimination, feelings of anxiety or depression. Reach out to your campus support services, or directly to SAF. You are covered for a variety of health issues through your insurance program.

 

 


Saint Mary's University

 
  • Saint Mary's University moved to online courses for the remainder of the spring semester. No matter what you do, it is important that you continue to complete your course requirements. SAF is here to help support you through this time.
  • Your University has developed a website to answer important questions for students.
  • Your university may change their approach to delivering academic content and organizing events on campus. Changes in your region may be required by local, state or federal government authorities, and do not mean that a positive COVID-19 case has occurred near you.
  • Pay attention to your university's official communication channels, including the official university website and your student email account. Sign up for any university alert systems in place.
  • Do not travel during Spring Break. If you have previously organized travel, please contact your travel provider to discuss refund or travel credit options. If you leave your campus, you may unable to return. 
  • Update SAF with your latest contact information and as your plans change. Email [email protected] or use the Post-Arrival Form in your Student Portal.
  • Protect yourself by following the World Health Organization's health tips.
  • Use reliable news sources that are verified and credible, including the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention travel advisories, situation summaries, and health protocols.
  • Get support if you're experiencing discrimination, feelings of anxiety or depression. Reach out to your campus support services, or directly to SAF. You are covered for a variety of health issues through your insurance program.

 

 


 

San Jose State University

 
  • San Jose State University moved to online courses for the remainder of the spring semester. No matter what you do, it is important that you continue to complete your course requirements. SAF is here to help support you through this time.
  • The state government of California issued a shelter in place order starting March 19 until further notice. It is imperative that you follow these regulations issued by state and local governments.
  • If you decide to, you are able to travel to an airport for the purpose of returning home. Continue to follow the “social distancing” regulations.
  • San Jose and a number of surrounding cities issued “shelter in place” order active for three weeks beginning March 17, 2020. 
  • Many states in the U.S. have declared a state of emergency. A state of emergency is a preemptive effort to ensure policies and actions are in place to protect the public, preventing further issues such as price gouging. In the U.S., this is also a necessary prerequisites for states to secure additional funding from the federal government.
  • Your university may change their approach to delivering academic content and organizing events on campus. Changes in your region may be required by local, state or federal government authorities, and do not mean that a positive COVID-19 case has occurred near you.
  • Pay attention to your university's official communication channels, including the official university website and your student email account. Sign up for any university alert systems in place.
  • Do not travel during Spring Break. If you have previously organized travel, please contact your travel provider to discuss refund or travel credit options. If you leave your campus, you may unable to return. 
  • Update SAF with your latest contact information and as your plans change. Email [email protected] or use the Post-Arrival Form in your Student Portal.
  • Protect yourself by following the World Health Organization's health tips.
  • Use reliable news sources that are verified and credible, including the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention travel advisories, situation summaries, and health protocols.
  • Get support if you're experiencing discrimination, feelings of anxiety or depression. Reach out to your campus support services, or directly to SAF. You are covered for a variety of health issues through your insurance program.

 


SOAS, University of London

 
  • SOAS has cancelled their 2020 summer courses.
  • Your university moved to online courses for the remainder of the spring semester. No matter what you do, it is important that you continue to complete your course requirements. SAF is here to help support you through this time.
    Your University has also developed a website to answer important questions for students.
  • Your university may change their approach to delivering academic content and organizing events on campus. Changes in your region may be required by local, state or federal government authorities, and do not mean that a positive COVID-19 case has occurred near you.
  • Pay attention to your university's official communication channels, including the official university website and your student email account. Sign up for any university alert systems in place.
  • Do not travel during Spring Break. If you have previously organized travel, please contact your travel provider to discuss refund or travel credit options. If you leave your campus, you may unable to return. 
  • Update SAF with your latest contact information and as your plans change. Email [email protected] or use the Post-Arrival Form in your Student Portal.
  • Protect yourself by following the World Health Organization's health tips.
  • Use reliable news sources that are verified and credible, including NHS Inform and the UK Government Response to Coronavirus website.
  • Get support if you're experiencing discrimination, feelings of anxiety or depression. Reach out to your campus support services, or directly to SAF. You are covered for a variety of health issues through your insurance program.
  • Along with the contact details of Lucia You, our Assistant Dean of Students, at the top of this page, also please note the contact details of your local SAF Student Liaison Officer:

Shikiko Ono
UK: +44 (0)7709279626
Line ID: chikichi1022
WhatsApp ID: +447709279626
FYI: Native Japanese speaker

 

 


Universidad de Leon

 
  • Your university may change their approach to delivering academic content and organizing events on campus. Changes in your region may be required by local, state or federal government authorities, and do not mean that a positive COVID-19 case has occurred near you.
  • Pay attention to your university's official communication channels, including the official university website and your student email account. Sign up for any university alert systems in place.
  • Do not travel during Spring Break. If you have previously organized travel, please contact your travel provider to discuss refund or travel credit options. If you leave your campus, you may unable to return. 
  • Update SAF with your latest contact information and as your plans change. Email [email protected] or use the Post-Arrival Form in your Student Portal.
  • Protect yourself by following the World Health Organization's health tips.
  • Use reliable news sources that are verified and credible, including the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention travel advisories, situation summaries, and health protocols.
  • Get support if you're experiencing discrimination, feelings of anxiety or depression. Reach out to your campus support services, or directly to SAF. You are covered for a variety of health issues through your insurance program.

 

 


Universidad de Salamanca

 
  • Due to ongoing pandemic concerns, SAF is not offering usual summer programming at this institution in 2020.
  • Your university may change their approach to delivering academic content and organizing events on campus. Changes in your region may be required by local, state or federal government authorities, and do not mean that a positive COVID-19 case has occurred near you.
  • Pay attention to your university's official communication channels, including the official university website and your student email account. Sign up for any university alert systems in place.
  • Do not travel during Spring Break. If you have previously organized travel, please contact your travel provider to discuss refund or travel credit options. If you leave your campus, you may unable to return. 
  • Update SAF with your latest contact information and as your plans change. Email [email protected] or use the Post-Arrival Form in your Student Portal.
  • Protect yourself by following the World Health Organization's health tips.
  • Use reliable news sources that are verified and credible, including the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention travel advisories, situation summaries, and health protocols.
  • Get support if you're experiencing discrimination, feelings of anxiety or depression. Reach out to your campus support services, or directly to SAF. You are covered for a variety of health issues through your insurance program.

 

 


Universitat Leipzig

 
  • Universitat Leipzig moved to online courses for the remainder of the spring semester. No matter what you do, it is important that you continue to complete your course requirements. SAF is here to help support you through this time.
  • Your University has also developed a website to answer important questions for students.
  • Your university may change their approach to delivering academic content and organizing events on campus. Changes in your region may be required by local, state or federal government authorities, and do not mean that a positive COVID-19 case has occurred near you.
  • Pay attention to your university's official communication channels, including the official university website and your student email account. Sign up for any university alert systems in place.
  • Do not travel during Spring Break. If you have previously organized travel, please contact your travel provider to discuss refund or travel credit options. If you leave your campus, you may unable to return. 
  • Update SAF with your latest contact information and as your plans change. Email [email protected] or use the Post-Arrival Form in your Student Portal.
  • Protect yourself by following the World Health Organization's health tips.
  • Use reliable news sources that are verified and credible, including the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention travel advisories, situation summaries, and health protocols.
  • Get support if you're experiencing discrimination, feelings of anxiety or depression. Reach out to your campus support services, or directly to SAF. You are covered for a variety of health issues through your insurance program.

 

 


Universite Catholique de l'Ouest

 
  • Your university may change their approach to delivering academic content and organizing events on campus. Changes in your region may be required by local, state or federal government authorities, and do not mean that a positive COVID-19 case has occurred near you.
  • Pay attention to your university's official communication channels, including the official university website and your student email account. Sign up for any university alert systems in place.
  • Do not travel during Spring Break. If you have previously organized travel, please contact your travel provider to discuss refund or travel credit options. If you leave your campus, you may unable to return. 
  • Update SAF with your latest contact information and as your plans change. Email [email protected] or use the Post-Arrival Form in your Student Portal.
  • Protect yourself by following the World Health Organization's health tips.
  • Use reliable news sources that are verified and credible, including the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention travel advisories, situation summaries, and health protocols.
  • Get support if you're experiencing discrimination, feelings of anxiety or depression. Reach out to your campus support services, or directly to SAF. You are covered for a variety of health issues through your insurance program.

 

 


University College Dublin

 
  • University College Dublin has cancelled all 2020 spring term exchange programs.
  • Your university moved to online courses for the remainder of the term. No matter what you do, it is important that you continue to complete your course requirements. SAF is here to help support you through this time.
  • Your University has also developed a website to answer important questions for students.
  • Your university may change their approach to delivering academic content and organizing events on campus. Changes in your region may be required by local, state or federal government authorities, and do not mean that a positive COVID-19 case has occurred near you.
  • Pay attention to your university's official communication channels, including the official university website and your student email account. Sign up for any university alert systems in place.
  • Do not travel during Spring Break. If you have previously organized travel, please contact your travel provider to discuss refund or travel credit options. If you leave your campus, you may unable to return. 
  • Update SAF with your latest contact information and as your plans change. Email [email protected] or use the Post-Arrival Form in your Student Portal.
  • Protect yourself by following the World Health Organization's health tips.
  • Use reliable news sources that are verified and credible, including the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention travel advisories, situation summaries, and health protocols.
  • Get support if you're experiencing discrimination, feelings of anxiety or depression. Reach out to your campus support services, or directly to SAF. You are covered for a variety of health issues through your insurance program.

 

 


UCL

 
  • UCL has cancelled their 2020 summer courses.
  • Your university moved to online courses for the remainder of the spring semester. No matter what you do, it is important that you continue to complete your course requirements. SAF is here to help support you through this time.
  • Your university may change their approach to delivering academic content and organizing events on campus. Changes in your region may be required by local, state or federal government authorities, and do not mean that a positive COVID-19 case has occurred near you.
  • Pay attention to your university's official communication channels, including the official university website and your student email account. Sign up for any university alert systems in place.
  • Do not travel during Spring Break. If you have previously organized travel, please contact your travel provider to discuss refund or travel credit options. If you leave your campus, you may unable to return. 
  • Update SAF with your latest contact information and as your plans change. Email [email protected] or use the Post-Arrival Form in your Student Portal.
  • Protect yourself by following the World Health Organization's health tips.
  • Use reliable news sources that are verified and credible, including NHS Inform and the UK Government Response to Coronavirus website. 
  • Get support if you're experiencing discrimination, feelings of anxiety or depression. Reach out to your campus support services, or directly to SAF. You are covered for a variety of health issues through your insurance program.
  • Along with the contact details of Lucia You, our Assistant Dean of Students, at the top of this page, also please note the contact details of your local SAF Student Liaison Officer:

Shikiko Ono
UK: +44 (0)7709279626
Line ID: chikichi1022
WhatsApp ID: +447709279626
FYI: Native Japanese speaker

 

 


University of Alabama

 
  • Your university moved to online courses for the remainder of the spring semester. No matter what you do, it is important that you continue to complete your course requirements. SAF is here to help support you through this time.
  • Many states in the U.S. have declared a state of emergency. A state of emergency is a preemptive effort to ensure policies and actions are in place to protect the public, preventing further issues such as price gouging. In the U.S., this is also a necessary prerequisites for states to secure additional funding from the federal government.
  • Your university may change their approach to delivering academic content and organizing events on campus. Changes in your region may be required by local, state or federal government authorities, and do not mean that a positive COVID-19 case has occurred near you.
  • Pay attention to your university's official communication channels, including the official university website and your student email account. Sign up for any university alert systems in place.
  • Do not travel during Spring Break. If you have previously organized travel, please contact your travel provider to discuss refund or travel credit options. If you leave your campus, you may unable to return. 
  • Update SAF with your latest contact information and as your plans change. Email [email protected] or use the Post-Arrival Form in your Student Portal.
  • Protect yourself by following the World Health Organization's health tips.
  • Use reliable news sources that are verified and credible, including the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention travel advisories, situation summaries, and health protocols.
  • Get support if you're experiencing discrimination, feelings of anxiety or depression. Reach out to your campus support services, or directly to SAF. You are covered for a variety of health issues through your insurance program.

 

 


University of Arkansas

 
  • Due to ongoing pandemic concerns, SAF is not offering usual summer programming at this institution in 2020.
  • The University of Arkansas moved to online courses for the remainder of the spring semester. No matter what you do, it is important that you continue to complete your course requirements. SAF is here to help support you through this time.
  • Your University has also developed a website to answer important questions for students.
  • Many states in the U.S. have declared a state of emergency. A state of emergency is a preemptive effort to ensure policies and actions are in place to protect the public, preventing further issues such as price gouging. In the U.S., this is also a necessary prerequisites for states to secure additional funding from the federal government.
  • Your university may change their approach to delivering academic content and organizing events on campus. Changes in your region may be required by local, state or federal government authorities, and do not mean that a positive COVID-19 case has occurred near you.
  • Pay attention to your university's official communication channels, including the official university website and your student email account. Sign up for any university alert systems in place.
  • Do not travel during Spring Break. If you have previously organized travel, please contact your travel provider to discuss refund or travel credit options. If you leave your campus, you may unable to return. 
  • Update SAF with your latest contact information and as your plans change. Email [email protected] or use the Post-Arrival Form in your Student Portal.
  • Protect yourself by following the World Health Organization's health tips.
  • Use reliable news sources that are verified and credible, including the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention travel advisories, situation summaries, and health protocols.
  • Get support if you're experiencing discrimination, feelings of anxiety or depression. Reach out to your campus support services, or directly to SAF. You are covered for a variety of health issues through your insurance program.

 

 


University of Bristol

 
  • Your university moved to online courses for the remainder of the spring semester. No matter what you do, it is important that you continue to complete your course requirements. SAF is here to help support you through this time
  • Your University has also developed a website to answer important questions for students..
  • Your university may change their approach to delivering academic content and organizing events on campus. Changes in your region may be required by local, state or federal government authorities, and do not mean that a positive COVID-19 case has occurred near you.
  • Pay attention to your university's official communication channels, including the official university website and your student email account. Sign up for any university alert systems in place.
  • Do not travel during Spring Break. If you have previously organized travel, please contact your travel provider to discuss refund or travel credit options. If you leave your campus, you may unable to return. 
  • Update SAF with your latest contact information and as your plans change. Email [email protected] or use the Post-Arrival Form in your Student Portal.
  • Protect yourself by following the World Health Organization's health tips.
  • Use reliable news sources that are verified and credible, including NHS Inform and the UK Government Response to Coronavirus website. 
  • Get support if you're experiencing discrimination, feelings of anxiety or depression. Reach out to your campus support services, or directly to SAF. You are covered for a variety of health issues through your insurance program.
  • Along with the contact details of Lucia You, our Assistant Dean of Students, at the top of this page, also please note the contact details of your local SAF Student Liaison Officer:

Shikiko Ono
UK: +44 (0)7709279626
Line ID: chikichi1022
WhatsApp ID: +447709279626
FYI: Native Japanese speaker

 

 


University of Calgary

 
  • The University of Calgary has cancelled all 2020 spring term exchange programs.
  • The University of Calgary moved to online courses for the remainder of the spring semester. No matter what you do, it is important that you continue to complete your course requirements. SAF is here to help support you through this time.
  • Your University has also developed a website to answer important questions for students.
  • Your university may change their approach to delivering academic content and organizing events on campus. Changes in your region may be required by local, state or federal government authorities, and do not mean that a positive COVID-19 case has occurred near you.
  • Pay attention to your university's official communication channels, including the official university website and your student email account. Sign up for any university alert systems in place.
  • Do not travel during Spring Break. If you have previously organized travel, please contact your travel provider to discuss refund or travel credit options. If you leave your campus, you may unable to return. 
  • Update SAF with your latest contact information and as your plans change. Email [email protected] or use the Post-Arrival Form in your Student Portal.
  • Protect yourself by following the World Health Organization's health tips.
  • Use reliable news sources that are verified and credible, including the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention travel advisories, situation summaries, and health protocols.
  • Get support if you're experiencing discrimination, feelings of anxiety or depression. Reach out to your campus support services, or directly to SAF. You are covered for a variety of health issues through your insurance program.

 

 


University of California, Berkeley

 
  • SAF is offering online and/or remote learning opportunities with this institution over summer 2020.
  • The state government of California issued a shelter in place order starting March 19 until further notice. It is imperative that you follow these regulations issued by state and local governments.
  • If you decide to, you are able to travel to an airport for the purpose of returning home. Continue to follow the “social distancing” regulations.
  • Berkeley and a number of surrounding cities issued “shelter in place” order active for three weeks beginning March 17, 2020. 
  • Your university has announced the move to online instruction for the entire duration of the semester. Students are able to choose where it is best for them to reside. If in-person instruction resumes, in-person course attendance will continue to not be mandatory for the rest of semester. Critical campus functions have adjusted service hours. Please see the university's official announcement.
  • Many states in the U.S. have declared a state of emergency. A state of emergency is a preemptive effort to ensure policies and actions are in place to protect the public, preventing further issues such as price gouging. In the U.S., this is also a necessary prerequisites for states to secure additional funding from the federal government.
  • Your university may change their approach to delivering academic content and organizing events on campus. Changes in your region may be required by local, state or federal government authorities, and do not mean that a positive COVID-19 case has occurred near you.
  • Pay attention to your university's official communication channels, including the official university website and your student email account. Sign up for any university alert systems in place.
  • Do not travel during Spring Break. If you have previously organized travel, please contact your travel provider to discuss refund or travel credit options. If you leave your campus, you may unable to return. 
  • Update SAF with your latest contact information and as your plans change. Email [email protected] or use the Post-Arrival Form in your Student Portal.
  • Protect yourself by following the World Health Organization's health tips.
  • Use reliable news sources that are verified and credible, including the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention travel advisories, situation summaries, and health protocols. Please refer to your university's official Coronavirus webpage.
  • Get support if you're experiencing discrimination, feelings of anxiety or depression. Reach out to your campus support services, or directly to SAF. You are covered for a variety of health issues through your insurance program. Note the availability of services from the Chinese Consulate in San Francisco, Consular Service of China, the Chinese Citizen Overseas Registration Form, and the Consular Service's WeChat Accont: LS12308.

 

 


University of California, Los Angeles

 
  • SAF is offering online and/or remote learning opportunities with this institution over summer 2020.
  • The University of California, Los Angeles has announced their 2020 summer courses will be held online.
  • Your university moved to online courses for the remainder of the spring semester. No matter what you do, it is important that you continue to complete your course requirements. SAF is here to help support you through this time. 
  • Your University has also developed a website to answer important questions for students.
  • The state government of California issued a shelter in place order starting March 19 until further notice. It is imperative that you follow these regulations issued by state and local governments.
  • If you decide to, you are able to travel to an airport for the purpose of returning home. Continue to follow the “social distancing” regulations.
  • Your university moved to online courses for the remainder of the spring semester. No matter what you do, it is important that you continue to complete your course requirements. SAF is here to help support you through this time.
  • UCLA announced  it will transition to online instruction effective March 11; this will remain in effect through April 10, pending further notice. Winter Quarter final exams will be offered remotely, and instructors will communicate with students about final exam logistics. While the campus remains open, nonessential gatherings of 100 people have been banned. 
  • Many states in the U.S. have declared a state of emergency. A state of emergency is a preemptive effort to ensure policies and actions are in place to protect the public, preventing further issues such as price gouging. In the U.S., this is also a necessary prerequisites for states to secure additional funding from the federal government.
  • Your university may change their approach to delivering academic content and organizing events on campus. Changes in your region may be required by local, state or federal government authorities, and do not mean that a positive COVID-19 case has occurred near you.
  • Pay attention to your university's official communication channels, including the official university website and your student email account. Sign up for any university alert systems in place.
  • Do not travel during Spring Break. If you have previously organized travel, please contact your travel provider to discuss refund or travel credit options. If you leave your campus, you may unable to return. 
  • Update SAF with your latest contact information and as your plans change. Email [email protected] or use the Post-Arrival Form in your Student Portal.
  • Protect yourself by following the World Health Organization's health tips.
  • Use reliable news sources that are verified and credible, including the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention travel advisories, situation summaries, and health protocols. Refer to the university's official webpage regularly. 
  • Get support if you're experiencing discrimination, feelings of anxiety or depression. Reach out to your campus support services, or directly to SAF. You are covered for a variety of health issues through your insurance program.

 

 


University of California, Riverside

 
  • The state government of California issued a shelter in place order starting March 19 until further notice. It is imperative that you follow these regulations issued by state and local governments.
  • If you decide to, you are able to travel to an airport for the purpose of returning home. Continue to follow the “social distancing” regulations.
  • Many states in the U.S. have declared a state of emergency. A state of emergency is a preemptive effort to ensure policies and actions are in place to protect the public, preventing further issues such as price gouging. In the U.S., this is also a necessary prerequisites for states to secure additional funding from the federal government.
  • Your university may change their approach to delivering academic content and organizing events on campus. Changes in your region may be required by local, state or federal government authorities, and do not mean that a positive COVID-19 case has occurred near you.
  • Pay attention to your university's official communication channels, including the official university website and your student email account. Sign up for any university alert systems in place.
  • Do not travel during Spring Break. If you have previously organized travel, please contact your travel provider to discuss refund or travel credit options. If you leave your campus, you may unable to return. 
  • Update SAF with your latest contact information and as your plans change. Email [email protected] or use the Post-Arrival Form in your Student Portal.
  • Protect yourself by following the World Health Organization's health tips.
  • Use reliable news sources that are verified and credible, including the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention travel advisories, situation summaries, and health protocols.
  • Get support if you're experiencing discrimination, feelings of anxiety or depression. Reach out to your campus support services, or directly to SAF. You are covered for a variety of health issues through your insurance program.

 

 


University of California, San Diego

 
  • Your university moved to online courses for the remainder of the spring semester. No matter what you do, it is important that you continue to complete your course requirements. SAF is here to help support you through this time.
  • Your University has also developed a website to answer important questions for students.
  • The state government of California issued a shelter in place order starting March 19 until further notice. It is imperative that you follow these regulations issued by state and local governments.
  • If you decide to, you are able to travel to an airport for the purpose of returning home. Continue to follow the “social distancing” regulations.
  • Your university has announced the suspension of all face-to-face classes, with teaching instruction moving online from March 25 through June 12, 2020. Please contact your Instructors with any questions. 
  • Many states in the U.S. have declared a state of emergency. A state of emergency is a preemptive effort to ensure policies and actions are in place to protect the public, preventing further issues such as price gouging. In the U.S., this is also a necessary prerequisites for states to secure additional funding from the federal government.
  • Your university may change their approach to delivering academic content and organizing events on campus. Changes in your region may be required by local, state or federal government authorities, and do not mean that a positive COVID-19 case has occurred near you.
  • Pay attention to your university's official communication channels, including the official university website and your student email account. Sign up for any university alert systems in place.
  • Do not travel during Spring Break. If you have previously organized travel, please contact your travel provider to discuss refund or travel credit options. If you leave your campus, you may unable to return. 
  • Update SAF with your latest contact information and as your plans change. Email [email protected] or use the Post-Arrival Form in your Student Portal.
  • Protect yourself by following the World Health Organization's health tips.
  • Use reliable news sources that are verified and credible, including the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention travel advisories, situation summaries, and health protocols. Regularly refer to your university's official webpage.
  • Get support if you're experiencing discrimination, feelings of anxiety or depression. Reach out to your campus support services, or directly to SAF. You are covered for a variety of health issues through your insurance program.

 

 


University of California, Santa Barbara

 
  • Due to ongoing pandemic concerns, SAF is not offering usual summer programming at this institution in 2020.
  • The state government of California issued a shelter in place order starting March 19 until further notice. It is imperative that you follow these regulations issued by state and local governments.
  • If you decide to, you are able to travel to an airport for the purpose of returning home. Continue to follow the “social distancing” regulations.
  • Your University has confirmed classes will remain online for the remainder of the Spring Semester, including final exams. No matter what you do, it is important that you continue to complete your course requirements. 
  • UCSB has also developed a website at to answer important questions for students.
  • Your university has announced plans to transition to remote instruction for the remainder of Winter Quarter and the start of Spring Quarter, through the end of April at the earliest. Please refer to the official announcement and Chancellor Yang's March 10th memo to the campus community.
  • Many states in the U.S. have declared a state of emergency. A state of emergency is a preemptive effort to ensure policies and actions are in place to protect the public, preventing further issues such as price gouging. In the U.S., this is also a necessary prerequisites for states to secure additional funding from the federal government.
  • Your university may change their approach to delivering academic content and organizing events on campus. Changes in your region may be required by local, state or federal government authorities, and do not mean that a positive COVID-19 case has occurred near you.
  • Pay attention to your university's official communication channels, including the official university website and your student email account. Sign up for any university alert systems in place.
  • Do not travel during Spring Break. If you have previously organized travel, please contact your travel provider to discuss refund or travel credit options. If you leave your campus, you may unable to return. 
  • Update SAF with your latest contact information and as your plans change. Email [email protected] or use the Post-Arrival Form in your Student Portal.
  • Protect yourself by following the World Health Organization's health tips.
  • Use reliable news sources that are verified and credible, including the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention travel advisories, situation summaries, and health protocols. Refer to the Office of International Students and Scholars
  • Get support if you're experiencing discrimination, feelings of anxiety or depression. Reach out to your campus support services, or directly to SAF. You are covered for a variety of health issues through your insurance program.

 


University of Cambridge

 
  • 2020 summer courses have been cancelled.
  • Your university moved to online courses for the remainder of the spring semester. No matter what you do, it is important that you continue to complete your course requirements. SAF is here to help support you through this time.
  • Your university may change their approach to delivering academic content and organizing events on campus. Changes in your region may be required by local, state or federal government authorities, and do not mean that a positive COVID-19 case has occurred near you.
  • Pay attention to your university's official communication channels, including the official university website and your student email account. Sign up for any university alert systems in place.
  • Do not travel during Spring Break. If you have previously organized travel, please contact your travel provider to discuss refund or travel credit options. If you leave your campus, you may unable to return. 
  • Update SAF with your latest contact information and as your plans change. Email [email protected] or use the Post-Arrival Form in your Student Portal.
  • Protect yourself by following the World Health Organization's health tips.
  • Use reliable news sources that are verified and credible, including NHS Inform and the UK Government Response to Coronavirus website. 
  • Get support if you're experiencing discrimination, feelings of anxiety or depression. Reach out to your campus support services, or directly to SAF. You are covered for a variety of health issues through your insurance program.
  • Along with the contact details of Lucia You, our Assistant Dean of Students, at the top of this page, also please note the contact details of your local SAF Student Liaison Officer:

 

Shikiko Ono
UK: +44 (0)7709279626
Line ID: chikichi1022
WhatsApp ID: +447709279626
FYI: Native Japanese speaker

 

 


University of Colorado, Boulder

 
  • Many states in the U.S. have declared a state of emergency. A state of emergency is a preemptive effort to ensure policies and actions are in place to protect the public, preventing further issues such as price gouging. In the U.S., this is also a necessary prerequisites for states to secure additional funding from the federal government.
  • Your university may change their approach to delivering academic content and organizing events on campus. Changes in your region may be required by local, state or federal government authorities, and do not mean that a positive COVID-19 case has occurred near you.
  • Pay attention to your university's official communication channels, including the official university website and your student email account. Sign up for any university alert systems in place.
  • Do not travel during Spring Break. If you have previously organized travel, please contact your travel provider to discuss refund or travel credit options. If you leave your campus, you may unable to return. 
  • Update SAF with your latest contact information and as your plans change. Email [email protected] or use the Post-Arrival Form in your Student Portal.
  • Protect yourself by following the World Health Organization's health tips.
  • Use reliable news sources that are verified and credible, including the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention travel advisories, situation summaries, and health protocols.
  • Get support if you're experiencing discrimination, feelings of anxiety or depression. Reach out to your campus support services, or directly to SAF. You are covered for a variety of health issues through your insurance program.

 

 


University of Edinburgh

 
  • Your university moved to online courses for the remainder of the spring semester. No matter what you do, it is important that you continue to complete your course requirements. SAF is here to help support you through this time.
  • Your university may change their approach to delivering academic content and organizing events on campus. Changes in your region may be required by local, state or federal government authorities, and do not mean that a positive COVID-19 case has occurred near you.
  • Pay attention to your university's official communication channels, including the official university website and your student email account. Sign up for any university alert systems in place.
  • Do not travel during Spring Break. If you have previously organized travel, please contact your travel provider to discuss refund or travel credit options. If you leave your campus, you may unable to return. 
  • Update SAF with your latest contact information and as your plans change. Email [email protected] or use the Post-Arrival Form in your Student Portal.
  • Protect yourself by following the World Health Organization's health tips.
  • Use reliable news sources that are verified and credible, including NHS InformCoronavirus in Scotland, and the UK Government Response to Coronavirus website. Regularly refer to the university's official webpage. 
  • Get support if you're experiencing discrimination, feelings of anxiety or depression. Reach out to your campus support services, or directly to SAF. You are covered for a variety of health issues through your insurance program.
  • Along with the contact details of Lucia You, our Assistant Dean of Students, at the top of this page, also please note the contact details of your local SAF Student Liaison Officer:

Shikiko Ono
UK: +44 (0)7709279626
Line ID: chikichi1022
WhatsApp ID: +447709279626
FYI: Native Japanese speaker

 


University of Glasgow

 
  • Your University has confirmed classes will remain online for the remainder of the Spring Semester, including final exams. No matter what you do, it is important that you continue to complete your course requirements. 
  • The University has posted important information for students returning home, including: Students who decide to return home will not be penalized academically, Although face to face teaching will end, the University will remain open.
  • Exams scheduled for April and May will not be undertaken in the exam halls on campus. Please contact your instructors for their plans for exams over this time. Find out more on the university's website
  • Your university may change their approach to delivering academic content and organizing events on campus. Changes in your region may be required by local, state or federal government authorities, and do not mean that a positive COVID-19 case has occurred near you.
  • Pay attention to your university's official communication channels, including the official university website and your student email account. Sign up for any university alert systems in place.
  • Do not travel during Spring Break. If you have previously organized travel, please contact your travel provider to discuss refund or travel credit options. If you leave your campus, you may unable to return. 
  • Update SAF with your latest contact information and as your plans change. Email [email protected] or use the Post-Arrival Form in your Student Portal.
  • Protect yourself by following the World Health Organization's health tips.
  • Use reliable news sources that are verified and credible, including NHS InformCoronavirus in Scotland, and the UK Government Response to Coronavirus website. 
  • Get support if you're experiencing discrimination, feelings of anxiety or depression. Reach out to your campus support services, or directly to SAF. You are covered for a variety of health issues through your insurance program.
  • Along with the contact details of Lucia You, our Assistant Dean of Students, at the top of this page, also please note the contact details of your local SAF Student Liaison Officer:

Shikiko Ono
UK: +44 (0)7709279626
Line ID: chikichi1022
WhatsApp ID: +447709279626
FYI: Native Japanese speaker

   

 

 


University of Hawaii, Hilo

 
  • Your university moved to online courses for the remainder of the spring semester. No matter what you do, it is important that you continue to complete your course requirements. SAF is here to help support you through this time.
  • Many states in the U.S. have declared a state of emergency. A state of emergency is a preemptive effort to ensure policies and actions are in place to protect the public, preventing further issues such as price gouging. In the U.S., this is also a necessary prerequisites for states to secure additional funding from the federal government.
  • Your university may change their approach to delivering academic content and organizing events on campus. Changes in your region may be required by local, state or federal government authorities, and do not mean that a positive COVID-19 case has occurred near you.
  • Pay attention to your university's official communication channels, including the official university website and your student email account. Sign up for any university alert systems in place.
  • Do not travel during Spring Break. If you have previously organized travel, please contact your travel provider to discuss refund or travel credit options. If you leave your campus, you may unable to return. 
  • Update SAF with your latest contact information and as your plans change. Email [email protected] or use the Post-Arrival Form in your Student Portal.
  • Protect yourself by following the World Health Organization's health tips.
  • Use reliable news sources that are verified and credible, including the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention travel advisories, situation summaries, and health protocols.
  • Get support if you're experiencing discrimination, feelings of anxiety or depression. Reach out to your campus support services, or directly to SAF. You are covered for a variety of health issues through your insurance program.

 

 


University of Limerick

 
  • The University of Limerick moved to online courses for the remainder of the spring semester. No matter what you do, it is important that you continue to complete your course requirements. SAF is here to help support you through this time.
  • Your university may change their approach to delivering academic content and organizing events on campus. Changes in your region may be required by local, state or federal government authorities, and do not mean that a positive COVID-19 case has occurred near you.
  • Pay attention to your university's official communication channels, including the official university website and your student email account. Sign up for any university alert systems in place.
  • Do not travel during Spring Break. If you have previously organized travel, please contact your travel provider to discuss refund or travel credit options. If you leave your campus, you may unable to return. 
  • Update SAF with your latest contact information and as your plans change. Email [email protected] or use the Post-Arrival Form in your Student Portal.
  • Protect yourself by following the World Health Organization's health tips.
  • Use reliable news sources that are verified and credible, including the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention travel advisories, situation summaries, and health protocols.
  • Get support if you're experiencing discrimination, feelings of anxiety or depression. Reach out to your campus support services, or directly to SAF. You are covered for a variety of health issues through your insurance program.

 

 


University of Manchester

 
  • The university has cancelled their 2020 summer courses.
  • Your university has recently made the decision to transition to remote instruction from March 16. Students on a Tier 4 visa should contact the Student Immigration Team as soon as possible. Find out more on your university's website.  
  • Your university may change their approach to delivering academic content and organizing events on campus. Changes in your region may be required by local, state or federal government authorities, and do not mean that a positive COVID-19 case has occurred near you.
  • Pay attention to your university's official communication channels, including the official university website and your student email account. Sign up for any university alert systems in place.
  • Do not travel during Spring Break. If you have previously organized travel, please contact your travel provider to discuss refund or travel credit options. If you leave your campus, you may unable to return. 
  • Update SAF with your latest contact information and as your plans change. Email [email protected] or use the Post-Arrival Form in your Student Portal.
  • Protect yourself by following the World Health Organization's health tips.
  • Use reliable news sources that are verified and credible, including NHS InformCoronavirus in Scotland, and the UK Government Response to Coronavirus website. Regularly reference your university's official, dedicated webpage.
  • Get support if you're experiencing discrimination, feelings of anxiety or depression. Reach out to your campus support services, or directly to SAF. You are covered for a variety of health issues through your insurance program.
  • Along with the contact details of Lucia You, our Assistant Dean of Students, at the top of this page, also please note the contact details of your local SAF Student Liaison Officer:

Shikiko Ono
UK: +44 (0)7709279626
Line ID: chikichi1022
WhatsApp ID: +447709279626
FYI: Native Japanese speaker

 

 


University of Minnesota

 
  • Your university moved to online courses for the remainder of the spring semester. No matter what you do, it is important that you continue to complete your course requirements. SAF is here to help support you through this time.
  • In-person instruction has been suspended and classes will be run online. Please see the university's official message
  • Many states in the U.S. have declared a state of emergency. A state of emergency is a preemptive effort to ensure policies and actions are in place to protect the public, preventing further issues such as price gouging. In the U.S., this is also a necessary prerequisites for states to secure additional funding from the federal government.
  • Your university may change their approach to delivering academic content and organizing events on campus. Changes in your region may be required by local, state or federal government authorities, and do not mean that a positive COVID-19 case has occurred near you.
  • Pay attention to your university's official communication channels, including the official university website and your student email account. Sign up for any university alert systems in place.
  • Do not travel during Spring Break. If you have previously organized travel, please contact your travel provider to discuss refund or travel credit options. If you leave your campus, you may unable to return. 
  • Update SAF with your latest contact information and as your plans change. Email [email protected] or use the Post-Arrival Form in your Student Portal.
  • Protect yourself by following the World Health Organization's health tips.
  • Use reliable news sources that are verified and credible, including the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention travel advisories, situation summaries, and health protocols. Regularly refer to the university's official webpage
  • Get support if you're experiencing discrimination, feelings of anxiety or depression. Reach out to your campus support services, or directly to SAF. You are covered for a variety of health issues through your insurance program.

 

 


University of Mississippi

 
  • Your university moved to online courses for the remainder of the spring semester. No matter what you do, it is important that you continue to complete your course requirements. SAF is here to help support you through this time.
  • Your University has also developed a website to answer important questions for students.
  • Many states in the U.S. have declared a state of emergency. A state of emergency is a preemptive effort to ensure policies and actions are in place to protect the public, preventing further issues such as price gouging. In the U.S., this is also a necessary prerequisites for states to secure additional funding from the federal government.
  • Your university may change their approach to delivering academic content and organizing events on campus. Changes in your region may be required by local, state or federal government authorities, and do not mean that a positive COVID-19 case has occurred near you.
  • Pay attention to your university's official communication channels, including the official university website and your student email account. Sign up for any university alert systems in place.
  • Do not travel during Spring Break. If you have previously organized travel, please contact your travel provider to discuss refund or travel credit options. If you leave your campus, you may unable to return. 
  • Update SAF with your latest contact information and as your plans change. Email [email protected] or use the Post-Arrival Form in your Student Portal.
  • Protect yourself by following the World Health Organization's health tips.
  • Use reliable news sources that are verified and credible, including the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention travel advisories, situation summaries, and health protocols.
  • Get support if you're experiencing discrimination, feelings of anxiety or depression. Reach out to your campus support services, or directly to SAF. You are covered for a variety of health issues through your insurance program.

 

 


University of Montana

 
  • University of Montana  moved to online courses for the remainder of the spring semester. No matter what you do, it is important that you continue to complete your course requirements. SAF is here to help support you through this time.
  • Your university has also developed a website to answer important questions for students regarding online learning.
  • Many states in the U.S. have declared a state of emergency. A state of emergency is a preemptive effort to ensure policies and actions are in place to protect the public, preventing further issues such as price gouging. In the U.S., this is also a necessary prerequisites for states to secure additional funding from the federal government.
  • Your university may change their approach to delivering academic content and organizing events on campus. Changes in your region may be required by local, state or federal government authorities, and do not mean that a positive COVID-19 case has occurred near you.
  • Pay attention to your university's official communication channels, including the official university website and your student email account. Sign up for any university alert systems in place.
  • Do not travel during Spring Break. If you have previously organized travel, please contact your travel provider to discuss refund or travel credit options. If you leave your campus, you may unable to return. 
  • Update SAF with your latest contact information and as your plans change. Email [email protected] or use the Post-Arrival Form in your Student Portal.
  • Protect yourself by following the World Health Organization's health tips.
  • Use reliable news sources that are verified and credible, including the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention travel advisories, situation summaries, and health protocols.
  • Get support if you're experiencing discrimination, feelings of anxiety or depression. Reach out to your campus support services, or directly to SAF. You are covered for a variety of health issues through your insurance program.

 


University of Nevada, Reno

 
  • University of Nevada, Reno moved to online courses for the remainder of the spring semester. No matter what you do, it is important that you continue to complete your course requirements. SAF is here to help support you through this time.
  • Many states in the U.S. have declared a state of emergency. A state of emergency is a preemptive effort to ensure policies and actions are in place to protect the public, preventing further issues such as price gouging. In the U.S., this is also a necessary prerequisites for states to secure additional funding from the federal government.
  • Your university may change their approach to delivering academic content and organizing events on campus. Changes in your region may be required by local, state or federal government authorities, and do not mean that a positive COVID-19 case has occurred near you.
  • Pay attention to your university's official communication channels, including the official university website and your student email account. Sign up for any university alert systems in place.
  • Do not travel during Spring Break. If you have previously organized travel, please contact your travel provider to discuss refund or travel credit options. If you leave your campus, you may unable to return. 
  • Update SAF with your latest contact information and as your plans change. Email [email protected] or use the Post-Arrival Form in your Student Portal.
  • Protect yourself by following the World Health Organization's health tips.
  • Use reliable news sources that are verified and credible, including the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention travel advisories, situation summaries, and health protocols.
  • Get support if you're experiencing discrimination, feelings of anxiety or depression. Reach out to your campus support services, or directly to SAF. You are covered for a variety of health issues through your insurance program.

 

 


University of New South Wales

 
  • On 15 March 2020, the Australian Government announced: all travellers to Australia will be required to self-isolate for 14 days. 
  • Your University has confirmed classes will remain online for the remainder of the Spring Semester, including final exams. No matter what you do, it is important that you continue to complete your course requirements. 
  • The Australian government has raised its travel advice for Australians to Level 4 – do not travel overseas. 
  • Your university may change their approach to delivering academic content and organizing events on campus. Changes in your region may be required by local, state or federal government authorities, and do not mean that a positive COVID-19 case has occurred near you.
  • Pay attention to your university's official communication channels, including the official university website and your student email account. Sign up for any university alert systems in place.
  • Do not travel during Spring Break. If you have previously organized travel, please contact your travel provider to discuss refund or travel credit options. If you leave your campus, you may unable to return. 
  • Update SAF with your latest contact information and as your plans change. Email [email protected] or use the Post-Arrival Form in your Student Portal.
  • Protect yourself by following the World Health Organization's health tips.
  • Use reliable news sources that are verified and credible, including the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention travel advisories, situation summaries, and health protocols.
  • Get support if you're experiencing discrimination, feelings of anxiety or depression. Reach out to your campus support services, or directly to SAF. You are covered for a variety of health issues through your insurance program.

 

 


University of Oregon

 
  • The University of Oregon has cancelled all 2020 spring term exchange programs.
  • The university moved to online courses for the remainder of the quarter. No matter what you do, it is important that you continue to complete your course requirements. SAF is here to help support you through this time.
  • Many states in the U.S. have declared a state of emergency. A state of emergency is a preemptive effort to ensure policies and actions are in place to protect the public, preventing further issues such as price gouging. In the U.S., this is also a necessary prerequisites for states to secure additional funding from the federal government.
  • Your university may change their approach to delivering academic content and organizing events on campus. Changes in your region may be required by local, state or federal government authorities, and do not mean that a positive COVID-19 case has occurred near you.
  • Pay attention to your university's official communication channels, including the official university website and your student email account. Sign up for any university alert systems in place.
  • Do not travel during Spring Break. If you have previously organized travel, please contact your travel provider to discuss refund or travel credit options. If you leave your campus, you may unable to return. 
  • Update SAF with your latest contact information and as your plans change. Email [email protected] or use the Post-Arrival Form in your Student Portal.
  • Protect yourself by following the World Health Organization's health tips.
  • Use reliable news sources that are verified and credible, including the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention travel advisories, situation summaries, and health protocols.
  • Get support if you're experiencing discrimination, feelings of anxiety or depression. Reach out to your campus support services, or directly to SAF. You are covered for a variety of health issues through your insurance program.

 

 


University of Otago

 
  • The University of Otago moved to online courses for the remainder of the term. No matter what you do, it is important that you continue to complete your course requirements. SAF is here to help support you through this time.
  • Your University has also developed a website to answer important questions for students.
  • The government of New Zealand has asked all residents to stay at home. It is imperative that you follow regulations issued by the government.
  • Your university may change their approach to delivering academic content and organizing events on campus. Changes in your region may be required by local, state or federal government authorities, and do not mean that a positive COVID-19 case has occurred near you.
  • Pay attention to your university's official communication channels, including the official university website and your student email account. Sign up for any university alert systems in place.
  • Do not travel during Spring Break. If you have previously organized travel, please contact your travel provider to discuss refund or travel credit options. If you leave your campus, you may unable to return. 
  • Update SAF with your latest contact information and as your plans change. Email [email protected] or use the Post-Arrival Form in your Student Portal.
  • Protect yourself by following the World Health Organization's health tips.
  • Use reliable news sources that are verified and credible, including the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention travel advisories, situation summaries, and health protocols.
  • Get support if you're experiencing discrimination, feelings of anxiety or depression. Reach out to your campus support services, or directly to SAF. You are covered for a variety of health issues through your insurance program.

 

 


University of Oxford

 
  • Your university may change their approach to delivering academic content and organizing events on campus. Changes in your region may be required by local, state or federal government authorities, and do not mean that a positive COVID-19 case has occurred near you.
  • Pay attention to your university's official communication channels, including the official university website and your student email account. Sign up for any university alert systems in place.
  • Do not travel during Spring Break. If you have previously organized travel, please contact your travel provider to discuss refund or travel credit options. If you leave your campus, you may unable to return. 
  • Update SAF with your latest contact information and as your plans change. Email [email protected] or use the Post-Arrival Form in your Student Portal.
  • Protect yourself by following the World Health Organization's health tips.
  • Use reliable news sources that are verified and credible, including NHS Inform and the UK Government Response to Coronavirus website. 
  • Get support if you're experiencing discrimination, feelings of anxiety or depression. Reach out to your campus support services, or directly to SAF. You are covered for a variety of health issues through your insurance program.
  • Along with the contact details of Lucia You, our Assistant Dean of Students, at the top of this page, also please note the contact details of your local SAF Student Liaison Officer:

Shikiko Ono
UK: +44 (0)7709279626
Line ID: chikichi1022
WhatsApp ID: +447709279626
FYI: Native Japanese speaker

 


University of Pennsylvania

 
  • Due to ongoing pandemic concerns, SAF is not offering usual summer programming at this institution in 2020.
  • Your university moved to online courses for the remainder of the spring semester. No matter what you do, it is important that you continue to complete your course requirements. SAF is here to help support you through this time.
  • Many states in the U.S. have declared a state of emergency. A state of emergency is a preemptive effort to ensure policies and actions are in place to protect the public, preventing further issues such as price gouging. In the U.S., this is also a necessary prerequisites for states to secure additional funding from the federal government.
  • Your university may change their approach to delivering academic content and organizing events on campus. Changes in your region may be required by local, state or federal government authorities, and do not mean that a positive COVID-19 case has occurred near you.
  • Pay attention to your university's official communication channels, including the official university website and your student email account. Sign up for any university alert systems in place.
  • Do not travel during Spring Break. If you have previously organized travel, please contact your travel provider to discuss refund or travel credit options. If you leave your campus, you may unable to return. 
  • Update SAF with your latest contact information and as your plans change. Email [email protected] or use the Post-Arrival Form in your Student Portal.
  • Protect yourself by following the World Health Organization's health tips.
  • Use reliable news sources that are verified and credible, including the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention travel advisories, situation summaries, and health protocols.
  • Get support if you're experiencing discrimination, feelings of anxiety or depression. Reach out to your campus support services, or directly to SAF. You are covered for a variety of health issues through your insurance program.

 

 


University of Queensland

 
  • On 15 March 2020, the Australian Government announced: all travellers to Australia will be required to self-isolate for 14 days. 
  • Your University has confirmed classes will remain online for the remainder of the term, including final exams. No matter what you do, it is important that you continue to complete your course requirements. 
  • The Australian government has raised its travel advice for Australians to Level 4 – do not travel overseas.
  • Your university may change their approach to delivering academic content and organizing events on campus. Changes in your region may be required by local, state or federal government authorities, and do not mean that a positive COVID-19 case has occurred near you.
  • Pay attention to your university's official communication channels, including the official university website and your student email account. Sign up for any university alert systems in place.
  • Do not travel during Spring Break. If you have previously organized travel, please contact your travel provider to discuss refund or travel credit options. If you leave your campus, you may unable to return. 
  • Update SAF with your latest contact information and as your plans change. Email [email protected] or use the Post-Arrival Form in your Student Portal.
  • Protect yourself by following the World Health Organization's health tips.
  • Use reliable news sources that are verified and credible, including the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention travel advisories, situation summaries, and health protocols.
  • Get support if you're experiencing discrimination, feelings of anxiety or depression. Reach out to your campus support services, or directly to SAF. You are covered for a variety of health issues through your insurance program.

 

 


University of the Arts, London

 
  • The University of the Arts, London has announced 2020 summer courses will be moved online. You will not be able to participate in your upcoming study abroad program as originally scheduled.
  • Your university moved to online courses for the remainder of the spring semester. No matter what you do, it is important that you continue to complete your course requirements. SAF is here to help support you through this time.
  • Your university may change their approach to delivering academic content and organizing events on campus. Changes in your region may be required by local, state or federal government authorities, and do not mean that a positive COVID-19 case has occurred near you.
  • Pay attention to your university's official communication channels, including the official university website and your student email account. Sign up for any university alert systems in place.
  • Do not travel during Spring Break. If you have previously organized travel, please contact your travel provider to discuss refund or travel credit options. If you leave your campus, you may unable to return. 
  • Update SAF with your latest contact information and as your plans change. Email [email protected] or use the Post-Arrival Form in your Student Portal.
  • Protect yourself by following the World Health Organization's health tips.
  • Use reliable news sources that are verified and credible, including NHS Inform and the UK Government Response to Coronavirus website. 
  • Get support if you're experiencing discrimination, feelings of anxiety or depression. Reach out to your campus support services, or directly to SAF. You are covered for a variety of health issues through your insurance program.
  • Along with the contact details of Lucia You, our Assistant Dean of Students, at the top of this page, also please note the contact details of your local SAF Student Liaison Officer:

Shikiko Ono
UK: +44 (0)7709279626
Line ID: chikichi1022
WhatsApp ID: +447709279626
FYI: Native Japanese speaker

 

 

 


University of Toronto

 
  • The Canadian government announced: all travelers to Canada will be required to self-isolate for 14 days.
  • The University of Toronto has announced 2020 summer courses will be moved online. You will not be able to participate in your upcoming study abroad program as originally scheduled.
  • Your university moved to online courses for the remainder of the spring semester. No matter what you do, it is important that you continue to complete your course requirements. SAF is here to help support you through this time.
  • Your university may change their approach to delivering academic content and organizing events on campus. Changes in your region may be required by local, state or federal government authorities, and do not mean that a positive COVID-19 case has occurred near you.
  • Pay attention to your university's official communication channels, including the official university website and your student email account. Sign up for any university alert systems in place.
  • Do not travel during Spring Break. If you have previously organized travel, please contact your travel provider to discuss refund or travel credit options. If you leave your campus, you may unable to return. 
  • Update SAF with your latest contact information and as your plans change. Email [email protected] or use the Post-Arrival Form in your Student Portal.
  • Protect yourself by following the World Health Organization's health tips.
  • Use reliable news sources that are verified and credible, including the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention travel advisories, situation summaries, and health protocols.
  • Get support if you're experiencing discrimination, feelings of anxiety or depression. Reach out to your campus support services, or directly to SAF. You are covered for a variety of health issues through your insurance program.

 

 


University of Victoria

 
  • The Canadian government announced: all travelers to Canada will be required to self-isolate for 14 days.
  • The University of Victoria has announced 2020 summer courses will be moved online. You will not be able to participate in your upcoming study abroad program as originally scheduled.
  • Your university moved to online courses for the remainder of the spring semester. No matter what you do, it is important that you continue to complete your course requirements. SAF is here to help support you through this time.
  • Your university may change their approach to delivering academic content and organizing events on campus. Changes in your region may be required by local, state or federal government authorities, and do not mean that a positive COVID-19 case has occurred near you.
  • Pay attention to your university's official communication channels, including the official university website and your student email account. Sign up for any university alert systems in place.
  • Do not travel during Spring Break. If you have previously organized travel, please contact your travel provider to discuss refund or travel credit options. If you leave your campus, you may unable to return. 
  • Update SAF with your latest contact information and as your plans change. Email [email protected] or use the Post-Arrival Form in your Student Portal.
  • Protect yourself by following the World Health Organization's health tips.
  • Use reliable news sources that are verified and credible, including the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention travel advisories, situation summaries, and health protocols.
  • Get support if you're experiencing discrimination, feelings of anxiety or depression. Reach out to your campus support services, or directly to SAF. You are covered for a variety of health issues through your insurance program.

 

 


University of Washington

 
  • The University of Washington has announced 2020 summer courses will be moved online. You will not be able to participate in your upcoming study abroad program as originally scheduled. 
  • Your university moved to online courses for the remainder of the spring quarter. No matter what you do, it is important that you continue to complete your course requirements. SAF is here to help support you through this time.
  • Many states in the U.S. have declared a state of emergency. A state of emergency is a preemptive effort to ensure policies and actions are in place to protect the public, preventing further issues such as price gouging. In the U.S., this is also a necessary prerequisites for states to secure additional funding from the federal government.
  • Your university may change their approach to delivering academic content and organizing events on campus. Changes in your region may be required by local, state or federal government authorities, and do not mean that a positive COVID-19 case has occurred near you.
  • Pay attention to your university's official communication channels, including the official university website and your student email account. Sign up for any university alert systems in place.
  • Do not travel during Spring Break. If you have previously organized travel, please contact your travel provider to discuss refund or travel credit options. If you leave your campus, you may unable to return. 
  • Update SAF with your latest contact information and as your plans change. Email [email protected] or use the Post-Arrival Form in your Student Portal.
  • Protect yourself by following the World Health Organization's health tips.
  • Use reliable news sources that are verified and credible, including the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention travel advisories, situation summaries, and health protocols.
  • Get support if you're experiencing discrimination, feelings of anxiety or depression. Reach out to your campus support services, or directly to SAF. You are covered for a variety of health issues through your insurance program.

 

 


University of Westminster

 
  • Your university has recently made the decision to transition to remote instruction from March 23. If you are on a Tier 4 visa, it is your responsibility to meet the conidtions of your visa. Please contact [email protected] for more information and to notify the university of your intentions. 
  • Your university may change their approach to delivering academic content and organizing events on campus. Changes in your region may be required by local, state or federal government authorities, and do not mean that a positive COVID-19 case has occurred near you.
  • Pay attention to your university's official communication channels, including the official university website and your student email account. Sign up for any university alert systems in place.
  • Do not travel during Spring Break. If you have previously organized travel, please contact your travel provider to discuss refund or travel credit options. If you leave your campus, you may unable to return. 
  • Update SAF with your latest contact information and as your plans change. Email [email protected] or use the Post-Arrival Form in your Student Portal.
  • Protect yourself by following the World Health Organization's health tips.
  • Use reliable news sources that are verified and credible, including the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention travel advisories, situation summaries, and health protocols.
  • Get support if you're experiencing discrimination, feelings of anxiety or depression. Reach out to your campus support services, or directly to SAF. You are covered for a variety of health issues through your insurance program.
  • Use reliable news sources that are verified and credible, including NHS Inform and the UK Government Response to Coronavirus website. Regularly reference your university's official, dedicated webpage.
  • Get support if you're experiencing discrimination, feelings of anxiety or depression. Reach out to your campus support services, or directly to SAF. You are covered for a variety of health issues through your insurance program.
  • Along with the contact details of Lucia You, our Assistant Dean of Students, at the top of this page, also please note the contact details of your local SAF Student Liaison Officer:

Shikiko Ono
UK: +44 (0)7709279626
Line ID: chikichi1022
WhatsApp ID: +447709279626
FYI: Native Japanese speaker

 

 


University of Wisconsin, Madison

 
  • The University has confirmed classes will remain online for the remainder of the Spring Semester, including final exams. No matter what you do, it is important that you continue to complete your course requirements. 
  • Face-to-face instruction has been suspended and classes will move to virtual instruction effective Monday, March 23, 2020. Online instruction will continue at least through Friday, April 10, 2020. Refer to the university's official announcement.
  • Many states in the U.S. have declared a state of emergency. A state of emergency is a preemptive effort to ensure policies and actions are in place to protect the public, preventing further issues such as price gouging. In the U.S., this is also a necessary prerequisites for states to secure additional funding from the federal government.
  • Your university may change their approach to delivering academic content and organizing events on campus. Changes in your region may be required by local, state or federal government authorities, and do not mean that a positive COVID-19 case has occurred near you.
  • Pay attention to your university's official communication channels, including the official university website and your student email account. Sign up for any university alert systems in place.
  • Do not travel during Spring Break. If you have previously organized travel, please contact your travel provider to discuss refund or travel credit options. If you leave your campus, you may unable to return. 
  • Update SAF with your latest contact information and as your plans change. Email [email protected] or use the Post-Arrival Form in your Student Portal.
  • Protect yourself by following the World Health Organization's health tips.
  • Use reliable news sources that are verified and credible, including the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention travel advisories, situation summaries, and health protocols. Regularly refer to the university's official webpage.
  • Get support if you're experiencing discrimination, feelings of anxiety or depression. Reach out to your campus support services, or directly to SAF. You are covered for a variety of health issues through your insurance program.

 

 


Vanderbilt University

 
  • Many states in the U.S. have declared a state of emergency. A state of emergency is a preemptive effort to ensure policies and actions are in place to protect the public, preventing further issues such as price gouging. In the U.S., this is also a necessary prerequisites for states to secure additional funding from the federal government.
  • Your university may change their approach to delivering academic content and organizing events on campus. Changes in your region may be required by local, state or federal government authorities, and do not mean that a positive COVID-19 case has occurred near you.
  • Pay attention to your university's official communication channels, including the official university website and your student email account. Sign up for any university alert systems in place.
  • Do not travel during Spring Break. If you have previously organized travel, please contact your travel provider to discuss refund or travel credit options. If you leave your campus, you may unable to return. 
  • Update SAF with your latest contact information and as your plans change. Email [email protected] or use the Post-Arrival Form in your Student Portal.
  • Protect yourself by following the World Health Organization's health tips.
  • Use reliable news sources that are verified and credible, including the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention travel advisories, situation summaries, and health protocols.
  • Get support if you're experiencing discrimination, feelings of anxiety or depression. Reach out to your campus support services, or directly to SAF. You are covered for a variety of health issues through your insurance program.

 

 


Yonsei University

 
  • Your university may change their approach to delivering academic content and organizing events on campus. Changes in your region may be required by local, state or federal government authorities, and do not mean that a positive COVID-19 case has occurred near you.
  • Pay attention to your university's official communication channels, including the official university website and your student email account. Sign up for any university alert systems in place.
  • Do not travel during Spring Break. If you have previously organized travel, please contact your travel provider to discuss refund or travel credit options. If you leave your campus, you may unable to return. 
  • Update SAF with your latest contact information and as your plans change. Email [email protected] or use the Post-Arrival Form in your Student Portal.
  • Protect yourself by following the World Health Organization's health tips.
  • Use reliable news sources that are verified and credible, including the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention travel advisories, situation summaries, and health protocols.
  • Get support if you're experiencing discrimination, feelings of anxiety or depression. Reach out to your campus support services, or directly to SAF. You are covered for a variety of health issues through your insurance program.

 

 


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