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Risk and Travel Management

The well-being of Morehouse students, faculty, and staff is the primary concern of The Office of International Education and Morehouse College.  Faculty and staff leaders are responsible for taking appropriate steps to ensure that travelers are safe and that an emergency action plan is created to respond to emergency situations.  To that end, listed below is important risk management and traveler safety information for all Morehouse study abroad participants.

 

Risk Management Resources for Students 

STEP Registration 
The Smart Traveler Enrollment Program (STEP) is a free service to allow U.S. citizens and nationals traveling and living abroad to enroll their trip with the nearest U.S. Embassy or Consulate.  Morehouse College strongly recommends student travelers to register their trip.  
Note:  For students traveling on a Morehouse faculty-led experience, the faculty/staff leader will enroll the entire group; however, for students traveling to an external partner site (Arcadia, CAPA, CIEE, IES Abroad, ISEP), please use the button below to register your trip prior to departure. 

Enroll in STEP 

Traveler's Health
Students are encouraged to utilize The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and other responsible government and NGO contacts to evaluate and monitor the local/international environment and receive site-specific information.  Please review information provided by The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.

CDC Travel Info

Traveler Safety 
Travel safety guidelines for faculty, staff, and students 


Risk Management Resources for Faculty 

Study Abroad Handbook 
Faculty should read the Study Abroad Handbook before organizing any education abroad program

Traveler Safety 
Travel safety guidelines for faculty, staff, and students 

STEP Registration 
The Smart Traveler Enrollment Program (STEP) is a free service to allow U.S. citizens and nationals traveling and living abroad to enroll their trip with the nearest U.S. Embassy or Consulate.  Morehouse College requires all faculty-led trips to be registered prior to departure.  Please use the button below to register your trip.

Enroll in STEP
 
Traveler's Health
Faculty and students are encouraged to utilize The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and other responsible government and NGO contacts to evaluate and monitor the local/international environment and receive site-specific information.  Please review information provided by The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.
 
 CDC Travel Info


iNext International Insurance

For Morehouse students, faculty and staff participating in a faculty-led experience, the entire group will use the Morehouse College Insurance Partner, iNext.  Faculty/Staff Program Leaders, please find below important information pertaining to the coverage, and procedures on how to receive assistance while abroad in the event of an emergency.