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Safety Abroad: The Drury Commitment

Throughout Drury’s history of providing study abroad opportunities, the safety and well-being of our students has been a principal component of our programming. Drury, and our study abroad affiliates, recognize that issues of safety and communication are of concern for parents, faculty, and students both before and during participation in a study abroad experience. To address these concerns, we are happy to provide the following links:

Long- term Program U.S. Embassy and Consulate Information:
France (Paris)
Germany (Hamburg)
Greece (Athens)Korea (Seoul)
Slovenia
Spain (Madrid)
United Kingdom (Belfast)
United Kingdom (London)

Short- term Program U.S. Embassy and Consulate Information:
Netherlands (Amsterdam)  
Ecuador (Quito)  
Greece (Athens)
Italy (Rome and Venice)

Additional Safety Information:
911 Abroad
U.S. Department of State Website
A Safe Trip Abroad
Travel Tips for Tourists
Search for More U.S Embassies

In the case of an emergency while studying abroad, please call the Drury University 24-hour Emergency Phoneline at (417) 873-7911.

Contact Information for DU Study Abroad Personnel:

Tom Russo, Director, Study Abroad Programs
Office: PAC 208, Phone: (417) 873-7413, trusso@drury.edu