All non-essential CCA-sponsored travel for faculty and staff is suspended until further notice. For guidance on what might constitute essential travel, please consult your department chair, dean, or vice president.
There are many travel restrictions globally, and they change daily. Before you travel, check current guidelines from the U.S. Department of State and the CDC. Be aware that disruptions to travel plans are likely, and prepare accordingly. We advise against traveling to any region with a CDC level 2 or 3 travel restriction. Those returning from regions with level 3 restrictions will be asked to self-quarantine for 14 days.
- Students in CCA residence halls should report all planned or completed travel, whether international or domestic, to their RAs.
Students should report travel to regions with CDC level 2 or 3 restrictions should report their travel to Student Affairs.
Employees should report travel to these regions to their manager and HR.
Employees should report their travel to their manager and HR.
Students, faculty, and staff who are planning to travel for spring break should follow the above guidelines for personal travel. If you choose to travel, consider packing carefully and planning for the possibility that your return trip may be disrupted.
To help prevent the spread of COVID-19, the CDC has provided specific guidance for travelers.
Students who have registered for Summer Study Abroad programs should monitor their email closely for updates. Trips to China and Europe (including Iceland) have been canceled. As of March 16, we are continuing to closely monitor the situation for our remaining international summer programs: Japan, Mexico, and South Korea.
In the event of a program cancelation due to COVID-19, all registered students will be notified and receive a full refund of their program fee, as well as the summer registration fee (unless they are enrolled in an additional CCA summer course).