Global Education

Important Health and Safety Information:

Columbia College will not approve any study abroad programs travel to Travel Warning Level 4 countries as designated by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC).

Additionally, there shall be no college related travel to Travel Warning Level 3 countries as designated by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), unless the individual is fully vaccinated for the particular risk generating a health-related Level 3 rating. CDC Travel Warning Levels are available at https://wwwnc.cdc.gov/travel/notices/.

Any college-related travel to U.S. Department of State Travel Advisory Level 4 and Level 3 countries must be authorized in advance by the college’s Travel Review Committee. Committee decisions will be based on existing U.S. government guidance, the necessity level of the trip, timing and specific locations to be visited. Note that for the purposes of this policy, the CDC list supersedes the U.S. Department of State list.

View the full Columbia College International and Domestic Travel Policy


iJet International

Columbia College Chicago is excited to offer all study abroad students access to iJet International, which is a safety program designed to assist you while traveling overseas. You'll have access to Worldcue Traveler, a personal travel website that can provide you with pertinent destination information.

Worldcue Traveler

24/7 International Crisis Hotline
The International Travel Assistance Program also offers the availability of the 24/7 International Crisis Hotline, if you find yourself in an urgent or emergency situation. This Crisis Communication Hotline will put you in touch with a trained iJet Case Officer, who will be able to provide initial assistance and advice pertaining to your specific situation. The Crisis Case Officer will be in immediate contact with Columbia College Chicago, Department of Campus Safety and Security.

This telephone number can be used to assist you with such things as:

Columbia College Chicago International Crisis Hotline: (443) 569-3155

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