Fall 2021, Winter Term 2022 and Spring 2022 off-campus study programs are proceeding as planned, but are subject to interruption due to the on-going COVID-19 pandemic. Beginning for the fall 2021 semester, students intending to study off-campus will be required to be vaccinated against COVID-19. Exceptions will be made for medical or religious reasons in consultation with DePauw Health.
All COVID-19 related updates from the university are available on the university COVID-19 webpage.
Questions about off-campus programs can be directed to Mandy Brookins, Associate Dean of Experiential Learning and Director of Off-Campus Programs: email@example.com.
If You Are Planning to Study Abroad in the Near Future
In the age of COVID-19, DePauw strongly encourages participants in off-campus programs to purchase "Cancellation For Any Reason" travel insurance. This insurance is designed to protect your investment, though it may not cover 100% of lost costs in the event you are unable to participate in the program. While DePauw does not recommend a specific insurance agency, many insurance companies and travel agents offer travel cancellation insurance services for purchase. The International Travel and Accident Insurance coverage for all DePauw international travelers only covers travel cancellation for airfare if you are unable to travel due to illness, or medical care received while abroad. It does not cover program related costs such as accommodations, meals, entrance fees, on site travel, etc.