Important Information on the Recent White House Executive Order entitled "Protecting the Nation from Terrorist Entry into the United States"

If you are a citizen of Iraq, Iran, Libya, Somalia, Sudan, Syria, and Yemen our recommendation is that you avoid travel during this period and consult an immigration attorney if travel is required. The Office of Global Services is available to meet with faculty, staff, and students on a one-on-one basis to provide guidance. Information for international students and scholars and how to get in touch with OGS is available here: http://internationalservices.georgetown.edu/

Updated FAQ page here: https://internationalservices.georgetown.edu/executive-order-immigration-faq

Georgetown Travel Services puts tools, policies, and resources in one place to help make your travel arrangements easier. On this site you can plan your travel, book your travel, get assistance during your trip, and file expense reports and get reimbursements after your trip.

Through this site you can access Georgetown Travel Online, the University’s online travel booking tool, and find contact information for our premier travel agencies

For Georgetown University faculty, staff, and students traveling abroad, Georgetown’s Global Assistance Program provides travel assistance along with medical and security evacuation services and travel medical insurance information.  Georgetown travelers can also access travel reports and manually register their travel online through Georgetown’s International SOS Portal.

State Department Travel Alerts

Travel Alerts are issued for short-term events the State Department thinks people should know about when planning travel to a country. When these short-term events are over, these Travel Alerts are cancelled.