The following selected UConn Policies help govern Experiential Global Learning. The menu on the right provides access to Experiential Global Learning’s Procedures, which we articulate to clarify for the University community how Experiential Global Learning conducts its standard practices.
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Important UConn Policies for Experiential Global Learning
Individuals acting on behalf of the University, including faculty, staff and students, are responsible for complying with applicable Export Control Laws, including requirements related to international travel, the proper handling, transfer, access, storage, control, and dissemination of export controlled hardware, software, information, technology, and technical data to destinations and persons outside of the U.S., as well as in some cases, to foreign nationals at the university engaging in instruction, conducting research, or providing service activities.
Policies for Travel to a Destination with a State Department Travel Advisory of Level 3 or 4
Policy for Education Abroad and Related Activities in Sites with U.S. Department of State Travel Warning/Travel Alert
If the U.S. Department of State issues a travel warning/travel alert for a particular country or region within a country, UConn will suspend approval of any current Education and Activities Abroad program or individual university-sponsored or university-related travel by UConn students, postdoctoral research associates, faculty and/or staff and will not approve any new travel in that country as long as the travel advisory is in effect unless an application for a Waiver of this policy is submitted and approved by the Vice President for Global Affairs. Without approval of the Waiver, university support is withdrawn. No academic credit will be awarded for programs in those countries, and reimbursement for the travel may be denied.
Waiver Application for Travel to High-Risk Countries/Regions
All UConn students, postdoctoral research associates, faculty, and staff must complete an online Travel Waiver Application in order to partake in university-sponsored or university-related travel to a destination with a Level 3 or Level 4 U.S. Department of State Travel Advisory. After submission, the Travel Waiver will be routed for review by Global Affairs.
Most of UConn’s purchases are made in the United States or are made overseas for use in the United States. But UConn is a global research University that sponsors, or participates in, teaching, research, and other programs around the world. These programs provide important educational opportunities for students and support research and service by faculty and students.
Any student who travels internationally for university-sponsored or university-related purposes is required to register with Global Affairs.
As a State agency, we must respect and safeguard our travel privileges and funds. We must practice fiscal, ethical, and public responsibility. This policy sets forth rules and procedures that balance the University’s legitimate travel and entertainment needs with sound stewardship of public resources.
Field Trips are an important component of the experiential learning advocated in the University’s academic plan for undergraduate education.