Resources and Information about the Events in Ukraine

The GPS Alliance and our campus partners are closely monitoring the evolving situation in Ukraine. We will update this site with additional information and resources as they are known.

International Students and Scholars

International Student and Scholar Services (ISSS) has reached out to all students, scholars, faculty, and staff from Ukraine, Russia, and Belarus to provide campus resources and offer their support and assistance. Please share these resources with anyone in our University community from Ukraine, Russia, or Belarus and encourage them to reach out to ISSS for further assistance.

  • March 3: The U.S. Department of Homeland Security (DHS) announced the designation of Ukraine for Temporary Protected Status (TPS) for 18 months. Students, scholars, and employees from Ukraine who have visa concerns should contact ISSS.
  • NAFSA is maintaining a list of immigration and study abroad information resources relevant to individuals impacted by Russia‚Äôs invasion of Ukraine.

University Travelers

The University is monitoring the situation on the ground and will provide guidance and resources as needed to any University travelers who are impacted by these events. At this time, there are no changes to any education abroad programs or other planned University travel. See the Traveler News and Announcements page for updates.

Impacts of Sanctions

The University is carefully monitoring financial and trade sanctions imposed as a result of the armed conflict in Ukraine and assessing possible impacts on the University community and research enterprise. These sanctions include export and re-export restrictions on Russia and Belarus, an export/import ban for the Donetsk and Luhansk regions of Ukraine, and finance and banking restrictions.

News and Events

Updated 03/14/2022