The University of Michigan has set forth basic international travel requirements as part of the UM SPG 601.31. In November 2016, the College of Literature, Science, and the Arts set forth additional provisions as part of the “LSA International Travel Policy.” All members of the LSA community must comply with this policy. Any person (whether UM-affiliated or not) who may receive funding from an LSA unit or participates on an LSA-organized experienced is also encompassed under this policy. The full text of the LSA Travel Policy can be found here.
Students, faculty, and staff may not travel nor can funds be released from LSA departments until all requirements of the LSA Travel Policy have been met. International travel compliance for the College of LSA will be coordinated through the CGIS office.
For more information, please review the presentation given to LSA Chief Administrators in February of 2017:
LSA Int'l Travel Policy Presentation (updated!)
Who is LSA Health and Safety? How can we help?
Rachel Reuter is the Health and Safety Advisor for CGIS and the College of LSA. She is responsible for overseeing LSA international travel compliance and leads the Emergency Response team. In addition, she can assist with the following needs as requested by individual students, groups going abroad or entire LSA departments:
- Location specific concerns
- Health-related issues (physical health, mental health, etc.)
- Safety and security
- Pre-departure orientations
- Safety plan consultations
- On-site issues (emergencies, doctor appts, hospita visits)
- Individual meetings with students
Rachel can be reached at email@example.com.
Carolina Fuentes is the CGIS Health and Safety Assistant. Carolina takes on the day-to-day processing of every LSA traveler’s registration and compliance in the UM Travel Registry. Questions related to your M-Compass registry, itinerary or insurance purchases, etc. should be direct to her.
Carolina can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org.