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Updated March 5, 2020

Due to the coronavirus COVID-19 outbreak, Indiana University has canceled all university-sponsored spring break student travel programs to international locations.

Due to the coronavirus COVID-19 outbreak, Indiana University has canceled all university-sponsored spring break student travel programs to international locations.

This difficult decision was made in light of the rapidly evolving nature of the outbreak and the associated risk that student travelers could unexpectedly become subject to additional U.S. and foreign travel restrictions.

We understand that the cancellation of these programs may be disappointing and disruptive, but the health and safety of our students and of the IU community as a whole must take precedence.

The university is developing policies and procedures to address the academic and financial impacts of these cancellations, in particular to ensure that students will be able to make up any missing credits necessary for graduation. Detailed information will be communicated to affected students as quickly as possible, and will be posted on this site.

The Office of Overseas Study provides updates on the status of current and planned study abroad programs on their website.