University of Nebraska Travel Warning Policy

University of Nebraska Travel Warning Policy

The University of Nebraska-Lincoln, as a part of the University of Nebraska system, adheres to the Travel Warning policy outlined in the President's Executive Memorandum No. 25. "It is the policy of the University of Nebraska that no university sponsored program of travel for students and members of the general public shall depart from the United States for a country for which the U.S. Department of State has issued a Travel Warning or the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) has issued a Travel Health Notice at Warning Level 3." This policy applies to all individuals seeking academic credit, funding, or university support of any other nature, including those seeking to participate in a program administered by another institution or organization. Before collecting data, applying to an education abroad program, or arranging an independent study opportunity, please check the latest U.S. Department of State Travel Warnings. Please note, waiver requests must be submitted no less than 3 weeks  prior to departure; those who do not follow the guidelines run the risk of a delayed or prohibited departure.

To submit an Executive Memorandum No. 25 Travel Waiver Request, please click on the button below:

EM 25 Travel Warning Waiver Request

Travel Warning Waiver Application Steps

  • Applicant meets with Director of Global Safety and Security to discuss the waiver request 
  • Applicant completes waiver request online, and works with the the Director of Global Safety and Security to strengthen and complete the application, which is then sent to the Senior International Officer
  • Senior International Officer receives waiver request and determines if it will move forward to Chancellor. If so:
  • Chancellor receives waiver request and determines if it will move forward to NU President for final decision

COVID-19 Information

The University of Nebraska–Lincoln takes the health and safety of our campus community very seriously. As the United States and global health officials continue to address the spread of novel coronavirus and COVID-19 infection, health and emergency preparedness officials at UNL are monitoring the situation in collaboration with our university and governmental partners. Official updates regarding UNL’s response can be found on the University's official response website.

COVID-19 Website

For questions regarding the Waiver Request, please contact:
dlong@unl.edu
402-472-2236