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Health and Safety

Our students’ health and safety is always our top priority. Staff at Carroll University monitor the environment in any country or domestic location where students are traveling and work with appropriate agencies to ensure the health and safety of all program participants.  All students traveling internationally have special medical and evacuation insurance and 24-hour-support from Cultural Insurance Services International (CISI), our insurance company, and designated emergency staff at Carroll. 
Carroll course CCEs travel with a faculty member and/or chaperone who is with students the entire time. Instructors plan their courses to avoid any areas where there are United States State Department travel warnings. All students studying abroad with a third-party provider can be confident that provider has been approved by Carroll University and its emergency protocols have been thoroughly vetted. Students are required to attend a mandatory health and safety session prior to participating in their CCEs. Additionally, students are encouraged to review the following websites for additional information regarding to their travel health and safety: 
United States Department of State 
Provides essential information for U.S. citizens traveling abroad, such as travel warnings and consular information sheets by country, U.S. embassies and consulates, foreign consular offices in the U.S., foreign entry requirements, etc. 
Centers for Disease Control and Prevention 
Contains information about worldwide health conditions and provides recommendations for immunizations for people traveling abroad. 
The Electronic Embassy 
Provides links to websites of foreign embassies in Washington, D.C. and contact information. Individual country sites often contain valuable information about visas, cultural exchanges, etc. 
Mobility International 
Provides information on study and travel abroad for people with disabilities. Includes links to providers of travel services for people with disabilities. 

Off- Campus Travel Resources:
ProHealth Works International Travel Medicine Clinic
Appointments can be scheduled at their Brookfield, Mukwonago, or Watertown locations.
Phone: (262) 928-5900
They can bill insurance and they offer a discount for services not covered by insurance. For more information visit:

Waukesha County Public Health
International Travel Clinic
514 Riverview Avenue, Waukesha, WI 53188
International Travel clinic by appointment only on Thursdays. Call for an appointment.
Phone: (262) 896-8430
For more information visit: