Stanford recommends deferring international travel, even if you are vaccinated. If you plan to travel internationally, be alert to possible changes in countries’ travel restrictions (including testing on arrival and quarantine), as well as the new requirement to obtain a…Read full answer about I’d like to travel internationally for a vacation. What are the rules for my return to campus?
Frequently Asked Questions
Please consider the following as you plan your international travel: Airline and international entry testing and quarantine requirements are continually changing at the local, national and international level, and require prior planning. Under current restrictions, for instance, U.S. citizens and non-citizens…Read full answer about What international travel restrictions, including testing and quarantine requirements, should I be aware of?
Faculty, staff, postdocs and graduate students are exempt from the university surveillance testing during travel, if such testing is impractical or impossible. Undergraduate students must follow the program testing requirements during travel. Travelers must adhere to campus access restrictions and…Read full answer about Do the university surveillance testing requirements apply during travel?
Bechtel International Center has posted FAQ and is ready to assist individual students...Read full answer about Where can I find information about international student and scholar concerns?
You should carefully access your plans and discuss with your faculty advisor or PI to determine the best course of action. For example, you might consider postponing or restructuring your research plans to avoid travel and/or to reduce the number…Read full answer about I’m conducting research away from campus, or was planning to do so. What precautions should I take?