Study Abroad Policies
Vaccination and Quarantine Requirements
All students studying abroad must be fully vaccinated against the coronavirus. This is in accordance with the College's vaccine requirement for students, staff and faculty, as well as CDC guidance that individuals do not travel internationally unless they are fully vaccinated. The College requires that individuals who travel internationally for any reason follow any quarantine requirements of the CDC for that travel destination.
Bryn Mawr is committed to fostering a safe and inclusive living and learning environment where all can feel secure and free from harassment. All forms of sexual misconduct, including sexual assault, sexual harassment, stalking, domestic violence, and dating violence are violations of Bryn Mawr’s policies, whether they occur on or off campus. Bryn Mawr Global Education is committed to helping to create a safe learning environment for all students and for the College community as a whole. If you have experienced any form of gender or sex-based discrimination, harassment, or violence, know that help and support are available. Staff members are trained to support students in navigating campus life, accessing health and counseling services, providing academic and housing accommodations, and more.
The College strongly encourages all students to report any incidents of sexual misconduct. Please be aware that all Bryn Mawr employees (other than those designated as confidential resources such as counselors, clergy, and healthcare providers) are required to report information about such discrimination and harassment to the Bi-College Title IX Coordinator.
Information about the College’s Sexual Misconduct policy, reporting options, and a list of campus and local resources can be found on the Colleges' websites: