Health and Safety
A Message from USAC’s CEO
Student health, wellness, and safety will always be USAC’s top priority, and we understand that the decision to study abroad is not made lightly, especially during a pandemic.
I’d like to reassure you that our Health and Safety Team and global staff are highly skilled and experienced in preparing students for and handling health-related concerns while studying abroad. We have safety protocols and emergency response procedures in place that include access to a wide network of resources: CISI comprehensive USAC-provided insurance, local medical facilities and services, full-time on-site support, to name a few. As we have communicated from the beginning of COVID-19, we will continue to monitor the situation at our 50+ program sites and rely on trusted sources for updated information from the CDC, WHO, U.S. State Department, on-site staff and health authorities, among others.
For nearly 40 years, USAC has welcomed students, staff, and universities as part of the family – and we will continue to do so. We are a dedicated staff around the world always striving to ensure students are well taken care of. So when you choose to proceed with your study abroad plans, please know that you have a village (actually, a whole world) of people that will ensure you’re ready and able to successfully experience your study abroad dream.
Alyssa Nota, Ph.D.USAC President & CEO
USAC Health & Safety Support
For questions regarding forms, prescriptions, traveling with medications, or establishing an overseas health care provider prior to departure: email@example.com
For health and safety questions while overseas: firstname.lastname@example.org
USAC Health and Safety Team
The following staff are your primary resource for questions regarding your health, safety, and security on USAC programs.
Senior Health and Safety Manager
Christine Sieben, Ph.D.
Health and Safety Manager & Support Officer
Health and Safety Assistant