CORONAVIRUS

Information for Travelers During the
COVID-19 Respiratory Disease Pandemic

This information is current as of Monday, July 13, 2020

University-sponsored domestic and travel has been cancelled until further notice.  

All University-sponsored domestic and international travel has been suspended until further notice due to the pandemic and University cost-saving measures announced in May by Creighton University President the Rev. Daniel S. Hendrickson, SJ, PhD. Exceptions will be made for areas of essential programming and outreach, such as Athletics, University Relations and Enrollment Management.

University Travel Policy: Domestic and International (No.2.1.33)

International Travel

For all international travelers Returning to Omaha

What will Happen when I arrive to a U.S. Airport from Abroad?

Information for Study Abroad Students

The Global Engagement Office (GEO) continually and carefully monitors the state of international programming and opportunities to travel for students. There are many factors and resources that influence whether or not it will be possible for a program to take place. Based on the analysis of these factors, decisions are be made on a program-by-program basis. 

Information about Spring 2021

Information about Fall 2020

Information About Spring 2020

Information for International Students and Scholars

International students (degree-seeking and visiting) as well as visiting international scholars must continue to meet immigration requirements based on the conditions of their visas (F and J).  During Spring 2020 and Summer 2020 the U.S. Federal Government permitted F and J visa-holders to participate in fully online programs due to the COVID-19 Pandemic.  However, no indication for such exception has been provide for Fall 2020.  Therefore, until further notice Creighton University will follow all regular guidelines for international students an scholars.

Q&A For International Students and Scholars

Q&A For Faculty and Staff Regarding International Student Status

International Student and Scholar Services Website

Important Links

Creighton University Coronavirus Disease (Covid-19) Update Center

Campus communication and updates are being centralized at the following webpage:

Departments of Health: COuntries Where Creighton Students Study Abroad

National Departments of Health of Countries WHere Creighton Students are Studying

We regularly monitor information published by each country where our students are studying abroad:

Travel Restrictions by COuntry

Travel Restrictions by Country

Information was last updated on May 30, 2020

Follow the link below to access information on measures taken by governments as reported to the International Air Transport Association (IATA). IATA is the trade association for the world?s airlines, representing some 290 airlines or 82% of total air traffic.

Government Measures Related to COVID-19

Travel Restrictions by U.S. State

Restrictions By U.S. State

UPDATED July 30, 2020

COVID-19 cases and deaths have been reported in all 50 states, and the situation is constantly changing. Because travel increases your chances of getting infected and spreading COVID-19, The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) recommends minimizing travel as the best way to protect yourself and others from getting sick.

Each U.S. state has identified local restrictions, and some include mandatory lockdowns.  The following national publications are maintaining updated guides on State Coronavirus reopenings and lockdowns:

The New York Times

The Wall Street Journal

KAYAK Travel Restrictions United States

Departments of Health: U.S. States

State Departments of Health

 

State

Department of Public Health

Alabama

Department of Public Health

Alaska

Health and Social Services

Arizona

Department of Health Services

Arkansas

Arkansas Department of Health

California

Department of Health Services

Colorado

Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment

Connecticut

Department of Public Health

Delaware

Division of Public Health

District of Columbia

Department of Health

Florida

Department of Health

Georgia

Division of Public Health

Hawaii

State Department of Health

Idaho

Department of Health and Welfare

Illinois

Department of Public Health

Indiana

State Department of Health

Iowa

Department of Public Health

Kansas

Department of Health and Environment

Kentucky

Cabinet for Health and Family Services

Louisiana

Department of Health and Hospitals

Maine

Center for Disease Control and Prevention

Maryland

Department of Health and Mental Hygiene

Massachusetts

Department of Public Health

Michigan

Department of Community Health

Minnesota

Department of Health

Mississippi

State Department of Health

Missouri

Department of Health and Senior Services

Montana

Department of Public Health and Human Services

Nebraska

Department of Health and Human Services

Nevada

Health Division

New Hampshire

Department of Health and Human Services

New Jersey

Department of Health and Senior Services

New Mexico

Department of Health

New York

Department of Health

North Carolina

Department of Health and Human Services

North Dakota

Department of Health

Ohio

Department of Health

Oklahoma

State Department of Health

Oregon

Public Health Division

Pennsylvania

Department of Health

Rhode Island

Department of Health

South Carolina

Department of Health and Human Services

South Dakota

Department of Health

Tennessee

Department of Health

Texas

Department of State Health Services

Utah

Department of Health

Vermont

Department of Health

Virginia

Department of Health

Washington

State Department of Health

West Virginia

Department of Health and Human Resources

Wisconsin

Department of Health and Family Services

Wyoming

Department of Health

 

Other External Resources