This is the latest set of precautionary restrictions aimed at addressing the rising COVID-19 cases seen in our region. See the updated regulations.
See updates and support services available specifically for our international student community.
The items below are intended to provide general guidance and context for important decisions the University’s international populations are facing at this time. For specific advising, please contact the University’s International Services Office (ISO) at email@example.com.
You may also contact your specific school for details around academic program modifications.
The ISO website offers the latest updates and answers to frequently asked questions about immigration, including maintaining status, academics and online study, employment, travel, and visas.
In addition, the Office of Global Engagement suggests these web resources for any students traveling internationally back to their home country. These will help you know if there are restrictions on flight arrivals, mandatory quarantines upon return, or other travel details.
- Worldcue Trip Planning Tool (Net ID required): Members of the University can access updated, destination-specific intelligence information from our intelligence provider via the Worldcue Planning Tool.
- International Air Transport Association (IATA): IATA is the trade association for the world’s airlines. They built a webpage to provide access to COVID-19 measures taken by governments as reported to IATA.
Employees who are working remotely should continue to do so during a “snow day”. Get more details on how operations are impacted amid severe weather.
All River Campus and ESM undergraduates living in residence halls and coming from either a non-contiguous state or from a CDC Level 2 or 3 country will need to quarantine upon returning to campus in spring 2021.
All residential undergraduate students on River Campus and at the Eastman School of Music will be required to get COVID tested before leaving for the fall semester.
The University has issued updated guidance regarding travel for students, faculty, and staff (including URMC and other essential staff).
New York State's Governor announced that Monroe County is now in a Yellow Zone, which comes with a new set of precautionary restrictions.