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International Travel Safety

The Office of International Health and Safety supports the health, safety, and security of all MSU international travelers including students, faculty, and staff.


MSU employs two full-time staff persons dedicated to overseeing international health and safety concerns, and responding to emergencies abroad involving students, faculty or staff. The International Health and Safety Director and Coordinator evaluate risk, plan for emergencies, and manage crises for over 5,000 student, faculty, and staff international travelers each year.

24/7 International Assistance: 517-353-3784

MSU maintains this line for students, faculty, and staff to report an emergency situation or request emergency assistance. You may call direct or collect. If you don't know how to call from abroad, use this international calling guide.


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Faculty, staff, and students engaging in MSU sponsored international travel are eligible for health and safety support and must register their travel before departure.

 

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Travel health and safety information for MSU students, faculty, and staff traveling on MSU-sponsored international travel that isn't associated with an Education Abroad program.

 

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Travel health and safety information for education abroad participants and program leaders.