Indiana University has restricted all new travel to any country the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention has identified with a level 3 travel advisory. This now includes Italy. Travel to China, South Korea, and Iran also remains suspended.
IU will grant exceptions for humanitarian reasons to those traveling to these countries to assist with pandemic response. Please submit requests for exceptions to AVPpsia@iu.edu.
Students and faculty currently overseas
The Office of International Affairs, along with Public Safety and Institutional Assurance, is closely monitoring the developments associated with this virus worldwide and communicating with the hundreds of students who are currently studying overseas with university programs. We are advising these students to follow the guidelines of their programs and the safety and public health measures they recommend.
Visit the Protect IU website for tips, information and frequently asked questions about coronavirus COVID-19.
IU faculty, staff, and students who have specific questions about their unique situation related to international travel may reach out to AVPpsia@iu.edu.
The Indiana State Department of Health has information specific to COVID-19 and has established a COVID-19 hotline phone number. Call 317-233-7125 with questions or concerns regarding coronavirus COVID-19.
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention provides more information about coronavirus COVID-19.
If you are an international student or scholar or are planning to study abroad from Bloomington or a regional campus, visit the Office of Overseas Study and/or the Office of International Services for additional related information. IUPUI students and scholars should consult with the IUPUI Office of International Affairs for assistance