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International Incident Reporting


The International Incident Report is used by UNT faculty and staff members who are traveling with UNT students abroad. In order to comply with federal laws and UNT policies, and to protect everyone on the trip, faculty and staff members must report the following incidents:

  • Visits to doctor/nurses or medical facilities. 
  • Conduct that may violate UNT's student Code of Conduct
  • Violation of the laws, rules and regulations, or customs of the host country, community, institution, and program
  • Persistent behavior that is disruptive and detrimental to the group learning process and academic success of the program
  • Conduct that damages or destroys property of another person, institution, or organization
  • Behavior that gives the Faculty Leader and Study Abroad Office reasonable cause to believe that the continued presence of the student in the program constitutes a danger to the health or safety of themselves, other participants, or property or threatens the future viability of the program
  • Repeated offenses or severe infractions of the housing rules and regulations as established by the local facilities
  • Alcohol misuse
  • Physical or sexual assault
  • Harassment
  • Possession, use, or distribution of illegal drugs
  • Setting a fire or possession of explosives
  • Possession of a weapon
  • Theft
  • Reported crimes that represent a serious or continuing threat to students, faculty, or staff


Study Abroad Office
Physical Address 
236 Sage

Mailing Address  
1155 Union Circle #310210
Denton, TX 76203-5017

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