IVY COLLEGE OF BUSINESS INTERNATIONAL PROGRAMS COVID-19 MESSAGE
In March 2020, the Iowa Board of Regents implemented a rolling 30-day ban on international travel for Iowa’s three regent universities. The ban continues to be in effect. Iowa State University is continuing to monitor the COVID-19 outbreak and the impact on global travel. You can find all university updates and information here.
Summer study abroad programs that were scheduled to depart between May 2 and August 1, 2021 have been canceled, as announced on January 14, 2021, by senior vice president and provost Jonathan Wickert. on guidance from the Iowa Board of Regents. The university will continue to monitor the global situation and will provide updates when decisions are made on study abroad programs scheduled after August 1.
Spring study abroad programs that were scheduled to depart before May 1, 2021, have been canceled based on guidance from the Iowa Board of Regents. The university will continue to monitor the global situation and will provide updates when decisions are made on study abroad programs scheduled after May 1.
The Ivy College of Business International Programs Office and the Iowa State University Study Abroad Office are planning for Spring 2021 programs as scheduled. With the cancellation of the Spring 2021 Spring Break, Iowa State University will not be offering Spring Break 2021 programs. Students planning on studying abroad for the Spring 2021 full semester should create a backup plan in the event that travel is not possible in the Spring term. Your backup plan should include creating and registering for ISU classes in the spring term, securing backup housing, and if you have a job speaking to your employer about the ability to work during the Spring term. Please check back here for updates as they become available.
If you have questions about studying abroad please contact us at email@example.com or schedule an appointment through the Campus Appointment System.