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Responding to Incidents Abroad

Pink trees leading to a fountainEmergency Assistance

How to get emergency assistance from MSU and International SOS while abroad.

Night traffic in a cityEmergency Action Plan & Incident Reporting

Program directors should consider the health and safety risks that could impact their program and should take steps to mitigate those risks. You should also develop plans to respond to incidents appropriately.

Horses sticking their heads out of red barn doorsOn-Site Operations Manual

Developed by the Office for Global Health, Safety, and Security and the Office for Education Abroad, this is a program director's guide to operating a program on-site.

Student studying in a white roomSupporting Student Mental Health

Studying abroad is an exciting but sometimes stressful experience for many students. As a program director, there are steps you can take to support mental wellness on your education abroad program.

Colorful bright pink, orange, red, and yellow clothStudent Conduct While Abroad

Familiarize yourself with the behavioral expectations MSU has for education abroad participants and our recommendations for responding to conduct issues.

PineconesSexual Misconduct Abroad

Sexual misconduct can happen anywhere. Please review the recommended best practices for responding to these incidents should they occur on your education abroad program.