The U.S. Department of State travel website has resources for students abroad, as well as destination-specific information and travelers' checklists.

The Center for Disease Control and Prevention has location-specific packing lists for students traveling abroad and a page devoted to study abroad.


The Center for Disease Control and Prevention has location-specific health resources and immunization information on their website.

The Georgetown University Travel Medicine Clinic offers pre-travel consultations, immunizations, and post-travel checkups. The clinic operates on Wednesday mornings. Call (202) 444-0086 ext. 2 to make an appointment.

Mental Health Abroad

OGE has comprehensive resources developed on both culture shock and reverse culture shock.

Safety and Security

The FBI has tips for students regarding safety and security abroad.

Identities Abroad

The U.S. Department of State has resources for travelers concerned about challenges they may face due to their identities, such as women, those with disabilities, and people who identify as LGBTQ.

Health Abroad

The EPA’s insect repellant calculator or the CDC’s bug bite prevention page are great resources! The CDC has an app called "Can I Eat This?" that can help you figure out if food is safe to eat.

Currency Conversion is a great resource for currency conversion!