Arizona State University now provides a secure system for students traveling outside the United States and its territories to record ASU-related international travel plans. This service, provided by the Global Education Office, supports emergency communications and gives registered travelers access to valuable international health, safety and security resources.
Who is required to register travel?
Per the ASU Student International Travel Registration policy, all ASU students participating in ASU-related travel outside of the United States and its territories, as well as any ASU faculty/staff members engaged in ASU-related travel abroad with one or more ASU students, during which such faculty/staff have control, oversight or other supervisory responsibility over the accompanying ASU student(s). ASU-related international travel includes, but is not limited to, the following activities:
- Research, experiential learning (e.g., international internships, co-ops, volunteering, service-learning), independent study done abroad, or any other international travel that is part of an ASU class or for which the student receives ASU resident credit;
- International travel sponsored by or affiliated with ASU or an ASU student organization (this applies to both affiliated and independent student organizations registered with EOSS);
- Any other international travel by students for the purposes of officially representing ASU, such as participation in an academic or professional conference or athletic competition.
What are the benefits of registering?
- Travel intelligence. Access mobile-ready international travel intelligence and expert risk analysis and advice - before and during your international travel.
- Emergency communications. Access 24/7 ASU emergency response services and enable ASU to reach you in the event of an emergency.
- International health insurance. Get covered by ASU's international health insurance, which includes emergency evacuation in the event of political instability or natural disaster.