COVID-19 Information for Study Abroad Students
- Faculty Led Programs have resumed as of Spring Break 2022.
- If students wish to take part in a study abroad experience via a third-party provider or exchange program, it will be at the student’s own risk.
- Important Resources to Consider:
COVID-19 Information for International Students
Seton Hall University continues to follow Centers for Disease Control (CDC) guidance regarding international travel. Key points:
- If you are not a US citizen, you must be fully vaccinated to enter the United States by plane.
- Only vaccines approved by the US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) or listed for emergency use by the World Health Organization are acceptable.
- Travel Bans and Testing Requirements may change quickly.
The University strongly encourages international students to stay current on travel guidance by using the following resources:
- Check the CDC website regarding Air Travel to the United States.
- Contact your country's state department for any active travel advisories.
- Stay in touch with the Seton Hall's Office of International Programs (OIP).