The Study Abroad office is part of International Studies and Programs.

Office Location:
304 SSB

Mailing Address:
Study Abroad
366 SSB
1 University Blvd
St. Louis, MO 63121-4400 USA

Phone: +1-314-516-7195
Fax: +1-314-516-6757
General Inquiries: studyabroad@umsl.edu

Regulars Walk-In Hours*:
Monday-Thursday 9:30-2:30

Hours of Operation: 
Monday - Friday, 8 a.m. - 5 p.m. 

*Walk-In Hours: Thinking about Studying Abroad?? Come see our Peer Advisors! It's best to reach the Study Abroad Team during the above walk-in hours. If you have a scheduling conflict or need to meet with a study abroad coordinator, you may call or email to schedule an appointment. Please include in your email a list of days and times you are available to meet.  Thank you! 

Study Abroad Staff

A Study Abroad staff member is available during walk-in hours and by appointment to help answer your questions, offer guidance on program selection, and help make it possible for you to study abroad. Please call 516-5229 to schedule an appointment.

Nate Daugherty

Nate Daugherty  |  +1 314-516-7195 | studyabroad@umsl.edu
Study Abroad and Faculty Led Programs Coordinator
Faculty Led Programs
National Student Exchange
Missouri Consortium Programs
Liaison for Departmental Programs

Matt Lockaby

Matthew Lockaby | +1 314-516-7195 | studyabroad@umsl.edu
International Exchange Coordinator
MAUI-Utrecht Network
Exchange Programs
Non-UMSL Programs

Danny Navidad  | +1 314-516-7195 | studyabroad@umsl.edu
Study Abroad Student Assistant
Peer Advisor

Arun Venkatesh  | +1 314-516-7195 | studyabroad@umsl.edu
Study Abroad Student Assistant
Peer Advisor

In Case of Emergency

An emergency is a situation immediately affecting the health, safety and/or security of a participant on a UMSL study abroad program. Always carry the below contact information and insurance cards with you while traveling. If you are impacted by an emergency situation, you have a number of support resources available to you.  In case of an emergency abroad, you should follow these steps:

  1. Get immediate assistance. Click here for a list of emergency numbers based on your host country.
  2. Notify your faculty-director, on-site coordinator, or host institution. They should be able to offer additional assistance in cases of emergency.
  3. Contact the appropriate insurance provider:
  • For medical emergencies: GeoBlue can help you locate a medical facility, offer translation services, and guarantee payment. Members should go immediately to the nearest physician or hospital and then contact GeoBlue's Call Center (call collect): +1.610.254.8771 or Toll Free Inside the U.S.: 1.800.257.4823 or globalhealth@geo-blue.com
  • For emergency evacuation/security services: UHC Global. If you have a security travel problem (such as medical, security, or political evacuation), call UHC Global by using the phone numbers listed on the back of your ID card. If you are in a country not listed, call the Baltimore, Maryland, Emergency Response Center collect (1-410-453-6330). A coordinator will ask your name, your University name, UHC Global ID number (330321) and a description of the situation. A multilingual coordinator will immediately render whatever assistance is necessary and will monitor your case until the situation is resolved.
  • You can review coverage and policy information here. Make sure to keep all receipts for any expenses paid out of pocket to submit for reimbursement to GeoBlue or UHC Global.

      4. Maintain good communication with the following contacts as necessary:

  • UMSL Study Abroad staff. The Study Abroad office is open M-F 8am-5pm CST (except for designated university holidays or closures). +1 (314) 516-7195. For minor incident reporting or questions related to administrative issues, please email studyabroad@umsl.edu or your Study Abroad coordinator.
    • You can call the UMSL Campus Police collect at +1 (314) 516-5155 at any hour of the day, to report an emergency and/or request assistance from the Study Abroad office.
  • The U.S. Embassy or Consulate in your host country
  • Your emergency contact. There is a limit to the nature and amount of information the Study Abroad office may disclose to your parents or emergency contacts. Make sure to communicate with them directly.