International Health and Safety Resources

UR Student Health Center
Please note that the telehealth service offered by the UR health center is not available to students located outside of Virginia. Refer to the study abroad health insurance page for more information.

Traveling with Medicine Abroad
Medicines that are commonly prescribed or available over the counter in the United States could be considered unlicensed or controlled substances in other countries

Virtual mental health and well-being services available 24/7, 365 days a year for free to all students who are eligible to see CAPS.

Therapy Assisted Online (TAO) Self Help
TAO Self Help is an interactive, dynamic, easy to access online program that provides assistance to help overcome anxiety, depression, relationships/communication, and substance use concerns, which are the problems most commonly faced by students at University of Richmond.

Centers for Disease Control
Health-related travel warnings and safety tips for studying abroad

World Health Organization
Precautions to take before, during, and after international travel

U.S. Department of State
The latest travel warnings, country-specific information, and travel alerts. At this website, there is also important special information for female travelers, students, LGBTQI+ travelers, and emergency services for US citizens.

Smart Traveler app
A travel safety tool from the U.S. Department of State

Medical ID Cards
Free, printable wallet medical ID cards

Mobility International
Practical disability travel tips to fund and plan what you need overseas

Travel Clinic Locator
Research your study abroad destination to see what diseases to guard against