European Travel May 2017
Learn about your destination before you depart!
Emergency Medical and Travel Security Assistance
Call the 24 hour Global Hotline at 1-312-864-0095.
Be ready to provide the membership number (11ASGC000003), program name/site, nature of emergency, name of student(s), call back number, and other pertinent information. In a medical or security emergency, Global Engagement and/or Emergency Management and Global Preparedness will be contacted and the process to support the crisis will begin at the Baylor campus.
For medical, security or travel services, click here to view Baylor's International Insurance Information for Employees & Students Traveling Abroad.
WorldCue Mobile App
- Hotline Button – Directly coordinates you with Baylor’s Response Operations Center.
- Safety Check-in Button – This should be used only when you have been instructed to do so or when there’s a significant security event (Paris Terrorist Attack or active shooter) and you want to confirm your safety.
- Crisis Signal Button – In case of an emergency and you are unable to speak on the phone, you are able to press this button to send your location to Baylor so we know you need assistance.
WorldCue Translator App can literally translate pictures & signs! Plus phrasebooks & other country specific stuff you can download to your phone to have handy on the trip without using your data)
Travel Alerts and Foreign Offices
Please check the US State Department and other countries' Foreign Affairs Offices for regularly updated security information.
U.S. State Department Worldwide Caution
U.S. State Department Country Information
Australian Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade
British Foreign & Commonwealth Office Travel Advice
Canadian Department of Foreign Affairs, Trade and Development Travel Advice
New Zealand Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Trade Travel Advisories
Center for Disease Control
The links below provide excellent health information for international travel including travel warnings and resources to help you travel more safely.
CDC Travel Notices