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Health & Safety Policies

    Health & Safety Policy Information

    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 Drugs & Alcohol 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 administrative policy on 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 must obtain approval prior to participating on study abroad programs in US Department of State Travel Advisory locations. The Learning Abroad Center will obtain approval for students on LAC programs.  Colleges/departments/units will obtain approval for students on College Departmental programs.  Students on affiliate or non-affiliated programs must apply for approval individually.

    Students are not permitted to travel to State Department Travel Advisory Level 3 or 4 countries or regions for personal reasons during program dates. Students who do so will be dismissed from the program.

    Who Should Read It

    All students

    What Next

    Read and understand the policies

    Go Safe

    Program Health & Safety information is available at global.umn.edu/gosafe