Stay Safe While Traveling
The Northeastern Global Safety and Support Network provides travelers with referrals for local healthcare service providers, travel warnings, and emergency assistance services 24-hours a day. They also provide a wealth of information that will assist in pre-travel planning.
Travel and Off-Campus Programming Requirements
Before traveling or participating in off-campus programming, Northeastern students, faculty and staff should check theTravel Protocols page to ensure they have completed the appropriate travel form(s).
Travel to a destination on the High-Risk Country List may have additional requirements and require prior approval.
The university suggests travelers also register all side-trip itineraries, especially those that involve overnight accommodations away from the program destination.
The Overseas Security Advisory Council Middle East and North Africa Regional Council (MENA RC) is pleased to host its 8th annual conference at Northeastern University in Boston. This year’s theme is MENA: Navigating a sea of complex regional powers. Security experts from around the globe will present and lead discussions on issues facing US organizations operating in the Middle East and North Africa.
All travelers are required to have personal health insurance that provides coverage for their care while traveling when participating in Northeastern-sponsored trips.
Northeastern maintains a comprehensive program to respond to costs associated with accidents and emergency/urgent illnesses that arise during Northeastern-sponsored trips. This is not health insurance.
Northeastern University does not insure the personal effects of students or employees, and generally does not reimburse travelers for cancelled trips.
Should a traveler require proof of insurance to obtain a visa for a Northeastern-sponsored trip, they should contact their program coordinator or the Office of Risk Services at email@example.com to request a Confirmation of Coverage Letter.
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