Travel and Study Abroad
How does COVID-19 affect University of Scranton supported or related international travel? plus or minus
What if I travel internationally personally? Can I come back to the University? plus or minus
Faculty and staff members choosing to travel to Level 2 or 3 countries are also asked to observe a 14-day waiting period at home free of symptoms before returning to campus.
Can I travel domestically and then come back to campus? plus or minus
What is the status of service-trips sponsored by The University? plus or minus
I’m an international student. Am I allowed to travel internationally to my home country? Will I be allowed back on campus? plus or minus
I’m an international student. Will taking classes remotely affect my U.S. visa status? plus or minus
Are there restrictions on travel for University of Scranton employees? plus or minus
Study Abroad Programs
I’m currently studying abroad. Now what? plus or minus
A number of universities are cancelling study abroad programs, especially in Europe. The University is supporting Scranton students whose semesters are being disrupted by these cancellations and has been communicating directly with students abroad and their parents. The University advises any students studying in a country designated as Level 3 by the CDC to return home.
Any University student returning from a Level 2 or 3 country is required, as a precaution, to wait at their home residence a full 14 days after arriving in the United States and provide a notice from a healthcare professional to Student Health Services confirming that they are free of flu-like symptoms before returning to campus.
Please contact The Office of Global Education at 570-941-4303 or email@example.com with further questions.