Travel Health

Despite media attention on global terrorism or high-crime in developing countries, the most consistent problems Baylor travelers face are health-related. Be proactive about maintaining good health. In this section you can find information on necessary immunizations prior to departure and tips for staying healthy while abroad.

COVID-19 Travel Considerations

International and domestic mobility during the pandemic should put health and safety first. Travel will require careful planning and flexibility to adjust plans as conditions change. As a first step, review Baylor's COVID-19 Information to determine if your travel is permitted. The campus COVID-19 information will be updated regularly to align with emerging best practices in COVID-risk mitigation and exposure/infection management. Revisit this site often for updates.

Health conditions and care abroad

Preparation is particularly important for travelers that are taking prescription medication or currently in regular treatment for a health condition such as anxiety, arthritis, depression, diabetes or an eating disorder, etc. Learn about traveling with health conditions or a disabilitytraveling with medications abroad and managing dietary requirements

The Director of Global Safety and Security strives to help all travelers have successful experiences abroad and can best support travelers with pre-existing conditions by having plans in place prior to international travel. 

Department of Public Safety

Speight Plaza Parking Facility
1521 S. 4th St.
Waco, TX 76706
Parking Matters: 254.710.7275
Non-Emergency: 254.710.2211
Emergency: 254.710.2222