Students Abroad - U.S Department of State
U.S. Department of State maintains a website for students who are, or will be, studying abroad. The website contains very helpful information for both students and families regarding safety, emergency situations, and assistance programs for U.S. citizens abroad. We highly recommend that students visit this website prior to departing for their overseas program. Here are a few things to look for on their site:
- Smart Traveler Enrollment Program (STEP)
- Country-specific conditions as well as travel warnings
- Emergency Information
Bartell Drug Travel Clinic: Travel health consultations and immunizations. Multiple clinics in the Seattle area.
CDC - Travelers' Health: Country specific health information including immunization requirements.
SPU Health Services; Free travel health consultations for SPU students.
SPU Student Counseling Center
U.S. Embassy Abroad: Contact information for worldwide U.S. Embassies
World Health Organization: Country-specific health information
Health & Safety Handbook: Great tips from studentsabroad.com
Study Abroad GuidesUnpacked: A study abroad guide for students, by students
Travel InformationInternational Currency Converter
World Clock & Time Zones
Country Calling Codes
Country-Specific Visa Requirements
Flight InformationTSA Airport Traveler Information
Traveler's InsuranceTravel Insured
Insure My Trip