The University of Missouri System does not support any programs to countries for which the U.S. Department of State has issued Travel Warnings (current list). According to the U.S. Department of State "Travel Warnings are issued when the State Department recommends that Americans avoid a certain country." In an effort to ensure the health, safety, and security of its students and its constituents, the University of Missouri adheres to these recommendations. If a student or constituent chooses to study in one of these countries against the advice of the University, he/she will not be registered as an MU student and will not have access to university support, resources, or facilities during that time.
Students returning to MU will need to complete an MU "Request to Re-enroll." This form is available in MU academic advising offices, in the Office of Admissions office or online. There is no charge for this process. The approval of a student's "Request to Re-enroll" is the prerogative of the individual student's MU College, School and/or Department. Students planning to study abroad or participate in any program in a country with a DOS Travel Warning are advised to talk with their academic advisors prior to leaving MU. Students wishing to earn credit for study in a country with a DOS Travel Warning need to present their transcripts to the MU Office of International Admissions in order to attempt to transfer credit. Prior credit approval will not be granted.
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