UofM Students

Health & Safety Policies

Health & Safety Policy Information

Contact: For questions and further information regarding Health and Safety Policies, contact Kevin Dostal Dauer (dauer001@umn.edu) at 612.625.5107

Alcohol, Drugs, & Study Abroad

What it Means: Students choosing to drink abroad must consider the consequences. There is a no tolerance policy on drug use abroad.

Who Should Read it: All students accepted to a program

What Next: Read and understand the policy

Sexual Harassment

What it Means: Sexual harassment by or toward a member of the University of Minnesota community is prohibited.

Who Should Read it: All students

What Next: Read and understand the policies

Sexual Harassment (Regents Policy)

Regents' Policy defining sexual harassment and prohibiting sexual harassment by or toward any member of the University community. (PDF Version.) 

Administrative Policy on Sexual Harassment: http://www.policy.umn.edu/Policies/hr/HRMisc/SEXUALHARASSMENT.html

Sexual Assault, Stalking and Relationship Violence (Administrative Policy)

See also the related administrative procedures, Responding to Incidents of Sexual Assault, Stalking and Relationship Violence.

Student Behavior

What it Means: Students have rights and responsibilities related to education abroad.

Who Should Read it: All students

What Next: Read and understand the policies

Student Travel

What it Means: Students are forbidden from traveling to countries on the US Department of State's travel warning list without prior approval during their education abroad program.

Who Should Read it: All students

What Next: Read and understand the policies

Program Health & Safety information is available at http://global.umn.edu/gosafe/index.html