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Skip to content Skip to search Skip to footer Inside Sam Fox Open Menu Back Close Menu Search for: Search Close Search StudentsStudents Sam Fox Student Groups Student Resources Study AbroadStudy Abroad Study Abroad Events FAQ Florence Semester Florence Summer Prepare for Florence WUSTL Programs Alternative Options Prepare for WUSTL & Alternative Programs Credits for WU & Alternative Programs Policies & Forms TechnologyTechnology Getting Set Up Printing Resources FAQ’s AdvisingAdvising Academic Calendar Academic Support Contact Degree Requirements New courses in the College of Art Fall 2020 Policies Sample Curriculums Registration Second Majors and Minors Health, Wellness, and Safety Study Abroad WUachieve EngagementEngagement CityStudioSTL Fellowships Socially Engaged Practice Guides Voting and Elections CityStudioSTL Student Awards Engaged Student Organizations Socially Engaged Practice Definitions ResearchResearch Resources Poster Presentations Pre-CollegePre-College Portfolio Plus Faculty Architecture Discovery Program Faculty Pre-College Technology Guide Peer Mentoring Faculty & StaffFaculty & Staff Online Teaching Resources Technology Engagement Research New Employee Guide Policies Student Sunrise Facilities Directory Communications Open Search Prepare for Florence Passports & Visas Students obtain their own passports. Students who already have passports should make sure they will be valid at least six months after their last day in Europe. International students should make sure all necessary paperwork is in order and that their country of origin has passport and visa reciprocity with Italy. The School will assist students with the visa application process. Visas are required for all semester students. Visas are required for summer students only if they hold a non-US passport. If you want to check whether you need a visa to study abroad, visit this link: http://vistoperitalia.esteri.it/home/en#BMQuestionario Health Insurance Undergraduate students participating in study abroad are required to have international health insurance. WashU has a policy with GeoBlue to guarantee access to the highest quality medical care across the globe. Students will be automatically enrolled in the GeoBlue Student policy for the duration of their study abroad.The GeoBlue Student Insurance charge will appear on the student’s Washington University billing statement within the academic semester. Access policy documents at the GeoBlue Students website.Please note: the GeoBlue Student policy is not a substitute for the student’s existing domestic health insurance coverage. The GeoBlue Student policy does not provide domestic (United States) coverage, and does not meet the University’s requirements for student health insurance. It is a supplement to the student’s existing health insurance plan.Students should not cancel their US health insurance. MyTrips Registration in the MyTrips Travel Registry is required for all students, faculty, & staff traveling abroad on university business. Creating an account and registering your trip will take about 10 minutes. International SOS Emergency Assistance For large-scale and group emergencies, get 24-hour assistance or travel warnings, visit ISOS.Students currently in Florence, in case of personal emergency, contact the SRISA main campus at +39 055 462 7374 or the SRISA emergency phone number. Florence Handbook Download the Florence Handbook. Travel Checklist CopiesMake copies of your passport.Make copies of your travel itinerary.Make copies of your Covid 19 vaccine card.Make copies of the front and back of each  credit/debit card you will be taking with you.Make copies of any items of importance (ie: enrollment letters).When in doubt, make a copy!Give the copies to your parents/guardian/spouse back home and keep at least one copy with you while abroad. Keep copies in a secure and separate place from the originals.You may wish to keep a digital copy on a cloud or filed on your phone and/or computer.BankingObtain at least two credit/debit cards.Check with companies about restrictions abroad for ATM and Credit Cards.Notify your credit card companies and/or bank that you will be abroad so they don’t freezeyour account(s).Keep paper and/or digital copies of the front and back of your cards in case they are lost or stolenReview procedures for reporting and replacing a damaged, lost or stolen debit of credit card.Be realistic about how much money you need for travel and living expenses. Know the exchange rate and trends before you travel.What to BringDON’T OVERPACK. Everything you pack you have to carry.Sheets (Twin) and towels for apartment dwellersMap/guidebookComputerCameraAdaptorsMedications in original bottlesUmbrellaSmall travel bag for weekend tripsGood walking shoesClothes for layeringOne nice set of clothesPersonal hygiene items to get you through the 1st week. You can restock once you know your way around. You may  want to pack favorite toiletry items and brands that may not be easily accessible in Italy.Italian Textbook – Percorsi Edition 3. If you have edition 2, that is fine. Online access is not necessary. Books can be shared between 2 students if you want to.Pocket size Italian/English language bookSupplies (only the ones you can’t live without or expensive items you won’t want to re-buy in Italy. There are great art supply stores in Florence)Spread out essential items, such as undergarments and a change of clothes throughout yourpieces of luggage. This is a good idea should the airline lose one of your bags.Carry On BagToothbrushOne set of clothesLaptopAll electronics and other valuablesMedication, always in original bottlesImportant phone numbers – SRISA, Courtney, parents (printed and on your phone)100-200 Euros (get cash before you arrive in Italy)Jet LagSleep on the planeDrink lots of water on the planeDon’t drink alcoholEat a full meal and drink lots of water when you arriveIf You are DelayedIf still in the US, text, call or email Courtney 586-321-1587If in Italy call SRISA 39 055 462 7374 or text, call, or email Courtney 586-321-1587, [email protected], [email protected] General Resources WUSTL Global https://global.wustl.edu/resources/CDC https://wwwnc.cdc.gov/travel/US Dept of State https://travel.state.gov/content/travel/en/international-travel.html Students Sam Fox Student Groups Student Resources Study Abroad Study Abroad Events FAQ Florence Semester Florence Summer Prepare for Florence WUSTL Programs Alternative Options Prepare for WUSTL & Alternative Programs Credits for WU & Alternative Programs Policies & Forms Technology Advising Engagement Research Pre-College Peer Mentoring SAM FOX SCHOOL OF DESIGN & VISUAL ARTSWashington University in St. LouisMSC 1213‐131‐105One Brookings DriveSt. Louis, MO 63130 Facebook Instagram Office of the Dean 314.935.9300 Art Office 314.935.6500 Architecture Office 314.935.6200 Download Mobile App Apple ITunes Google Play Sam Fox Extranet Intranet Feedback ©2024 Washington University in St. Louis

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