Covid-19 precautions and support measures will likely remain a feature of study abroad for the foreseeable future. Therefore, Syracuse Abroad has put in place comprehensive health and safety measures to help support your experience abroad, and we are pleased to share these plans here.
Questions? Please refer to our Covid-19 FAQ, contact your International Program Advisor directly, or send us an email and we will be happy to address your inquiry. We continue to closely monitor conditions, government regulations, and best practices as they evolve, and our plans will be modified accordingly. Please check routinely for updated information.
As of February 15, 2023: Effective for all programs starting after February 15, 2023, Syracuse Abroad will strongly encourage, but not require, all participants to receive the Covid-19 vaccine and/or a recommended booster dose prior to the start of their program. Syracuse Abroad will continue to enforce local Covid-19 vaccine and/or booster mandates where required by law or partner institutions. Similar guidelines will be followed for homestay families. Non-Syracuse University students must still comply with the Covid vaccine requirements of their home school.
Center program plans:
- Covid-19 Plans: Central Europe
- Covid-19 Plans: Florence
- Covid-19 Plans: London
- Covid-19 Plans: Madrid
- Covid-19 Plans: Santiago
- Covid-19 Plans: Strasbourg
Program Updates and Details
World Partner programs
- We are continuing to monitor the World Partner program’s Covid-19 plans and updates. As program updates are received, applicants will be informed and/or major updates (such as program cancellations) will be posted on the program’s brochure page. Please schedule an advising appointment with the World Partner team if you have questions about a specific program.