UT Specific Resources

Texas Global compiles information from resources including the U.S. State Department, the Center for Disease Control, and the World Health Organization to help travelers prepare themselves for international research and study, but we also have resources specifically for UT students, faculty, and staff.


Emergency Action Plan: Important emergency numbers including International SOS and your emergency contacts. Keep this with you at all times while abroad.

International Travel Checklist: A handy checklist of things to do before going abroad.

UT Emergency Contact List: Contact information for important UT resources such as UTPD, Student Emergency Services, and Texas Global.

Overseas Insurance Handout: A summary of UT's mandatory overseas insurance and what it covers.

My Health Abroad Handout: A handout with guidance on making a plan for your health abroad. 

Restricted Regions Informational Handout: A handout explaining the Restricted Regions process.

Student Emergency Services (SES) Handout: An emergency and support resource guide to Student Emergency Services.

University Health Services: Travel health information, immunizations, counseling, and useful links.

Services for Students with Disabilities (SSD) Handout: An introduction to Services for Students with Disabilities.

Title IX Resource Guide: A handout explaining the campus and community resources available to university students and employees.

24-Hour CMHC Crisis Line and Behavior Concerns Advice Line (BCAL): Confidential phone numbers to call with personal concerns about self or others.

UT Services for Students with Disabilities (SSD): Information and resources for students with disabilities.

UT CMHC Common Student Concerns: A list of common student concerns with helpful information and resources.

International SOS Emergency Card: Wallet-sized card with contact information for UT's overseas emergency assistance provider, International SOS.

Travel Management Services: Airfare, upgrades, rental cars, travel authorization especially for UT students and faculty.

Data Encryption Policies: Protect your information, sensitive research materials and other university data while in countries with different privacy rules or from theft.

UT Export Control: The export of certain data, technologies, software and hardware is regulated and controlled by Federal law for reasons of national security, foreign policy, and for competitive trade reasons. 

UT Information Security Office: International Travel Guidelines for information security, such as laptop encryption and risk(s) to sensitive data. 

UT Passport Services: Texas Global: An authorized U.S. Passport Acceptance Facility that offers walk-in service Monday-Friday, 8am-4pm. 

Travel Reimbursements/Foreign Travel Authorizations: Processes reimbursement forms and provides information on procedures.