The sections below contain links to travel information from a variety of university and external resources.
Disclaimer: International Safety and Security provides the following links for informational purposes only. We cannot guarantee the accuracy of the information and do not specifically endorse any organization, information, or products associated with these websites. We encourage travelers to consult multiple sources to make informed decisions.
Students can review information concerning benefits and assistance in the International Insurance Student Guide (PDF). Students are encouraged to download the mobile guide (PDF) to their smartphone, tablet, or other device before travel.
- Counseling Center
- Asian American Cultural Center
- Bruce D. Nesbitt African American Cultural Center
- La Casa Cultural Latina
- Native American House
- McKinley Health Center
- Student Health Insurance
- Division of Disability Resources & Educational Services (DRES)
- International Student & Scholar Services (ISSS)
- Library Services for Users with Disabilities
- Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual & Transgender (LGBT) Resource Center
- Office for Inclusion & Intercultural Relations (OIIR)
- Office of Minority Student Affairs (OMSA)
- Chez Veterans Centers
- Women's Resources Center (WRC)
International Safety and Security relies primarily on advice and guidance from the U.S. Department of State for official travel. However, we value the insight of other sources in making decisions and planning travel. These links are provided if travelers desire more information regarding a particular country or travel topic.
There are a number of mobile apps that may be useful to travelers while abroad.
- The American Red Cross provides a number of apps for iOS and Android users that may be helpful in the event of an emergency. View the American Red Cross list of apps.
- The McKinley Health Center at Illinois has developed the MHC Wellness App for iOS and Android users that provides resources about academic success, wellness, stress reduction, and much more.
- The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) offers three different apps for iOS and Android users, TravWell, Can I Eat This?, and the CDC YellowBook. Learn more about the CDC Apps on their website.
- The university's international insurance offers an app that provides access to 24/7 medical, travel, and technical support. Learn more about the 'WebCorp AXA Assistance' App.
- Trip Whistle Global SOS is an iOS app that allows you to dial local emergency police, fire, and ambulance phone numbers anywhere in the world.