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Emergency Updates

    • UPDATE: INCIDENT IN ISTANBUL

      June 28, 2016

      In response to the sad events at Ataturk Airport in Istanbul, Turkey, Drexel Study Abroad is monitoring carefully the region and sharing relevant information to our students currently studying abroad in Europe. The Department of State has released an updated Travel Warning for Turkey. Drexel does not have any known travelers in Istanbul. 


    • UPDATE: EUROPE TRAVEL ALERT

      May 31, 2016

      The Department of State has released a Travel Alert for Europe that highlights the continuing concerns about potential terrorist attacks in Europe during the summer travel season. University travelers to Europe should review the Travel Alert and register with STEP while they are overseas.  


    • UPDATE: EVENTS IN BRUSSELS

      March 22, 2016

      In response to the terrorist attacks in Brussels, Belgium this morning, Drexel Study Abroad is monitoring carefully the region and sharing relevant information and offering support to our students currently studying abroad in Europe. Drexel does not have any known travelers in Brussels. Drexel travelers should remain aware of their surroundings and exercise caution during their travels. Travelers to Europe should review the Europe Travel Alertissued by the State Department.


    • UPDATE: WORLDWIDE CAUTION

      March 03, 2016

      The Department of State has updated its Worldwide Caution with information on the continuing threat of terrorist actions and violence against US citizens and interests overseas. University international travelers should review the Worldwide Caution and register with STEP while they are overseas


    • UPDATE: ZIKA VIRUS

      February 02, 2016

      Study Abroad is actively monitoring the Zika virus, an illness spread by mosquitoes that has been present in large parts of Central and South America. Recommended precautions have been made to student travelers who may be in or near affected regions in the coming months. More information on the Zika virus can be obtained from the CDC and the WHO.


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