The Office of International Programs announced on Oct. 1 that undergraduate participation in study abroad programs will be suspended for spring 2021 due to the the ongoing nature of the COVID-19 pandemic.

On August 6, Aly Kassam-Remtulla, associate provost for international affairs and operations, issued an email message to the University community regarding guidelines for University-sponsored and personal travel, ongoing support for Princeton’s international students and scholars, and Princeton’s broader international operations

New Jersey currently advises anyone arriving from a state deemed “high risk” to quarantine for 14 days once they reach New Jersey. Please read this announcement for important details about what undergraduates, graduate students, faculty, staff, postdocs and researchers should do if planning to return to campus this summer or fall.

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The University’s April 16 guidelines on University-sponsored domestic and international travel remain in place, including the broad suspension of all international travel and the restriction of domestic travel to essential purposes. Further guidance for the fall semester will be forthcoming later this summer.
The University continues to track domestic and international travel conditions as they will impact travel plans for returning students, faculty and staff. Individuals returning to campus may have to follow quarantine protocols set by the CDC and state of New Jersey.
The University acknowledges additional challenges for international students wishing to travel to the U.S. and realizes that some students may be unable to come to campus in the fall due to visa issues or travel restrictions. Read more about support for international undergraduates and graduate students.
The Office of International Programs is suspending undergraduate participation for all OIP programs abroad this fall. This includes the cancellation of the 2020-21 Novogratz Bridge Year Program and the suspension of fall 2020 study abroad.

Aly Kassam-Remtulla, associate provost for international affairs and operations, issued the following extension of the University’s current prohibition against international travel and strong recommendation against domestic travel, including University-sponsored travel and personal travel (domestic and international). This information...