Registering with the US Department of State
All U. S. citizen students and faculty on Earlham international programs are advised to register with the United Status embassy in the country where they will be traveling. The purpose for registering is so that a U. S. consular officer can contact you in case of an emergency or disaster and assist with evacuation if necessary. Each individual must register him/herself via the U.S. Department of State STEP (Smart Traveler Enrollment Program) website. Please visit https://step.state.gov/step/ to register.
U.S. Embassy in India
Embassies and consulates provide services for citizens away from home. They can refer you to an English-speaking doctor or lawyer and help replace a lost passport. The Embassies and consulates cannot, however, cash checks, get you out of trouble, supply counsel, or interfere in any way with the legal process in India.
U.S. Embassy in New Delhi
New Delhi – 110021
There are also US consulates in Mumbai, Kolkata, Chennai, and Hyderabad.
Contacting the International Programs Office
It is always possible to make contact with IPO
- International Programs Office during business hours
- ·Telephone: (765) 983-1424
- ·Fax: (765) 983-1553
- ·E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
- Campus Security after hours or at any time
- ·Telephone: (765) 983-1400
- ·They will contact the International Programs Office
Contacting the Program Leaders
Kari can be reached via email at email@example.com Stephen’s email is firstname.lastname@example.org As of July 21 Kari and Stephen have cell phones in India: The Country Code is 91, so if you call from the US you need that (after 011), and if you call from within India you do not need it. Kari: (011 91) 98163 88708 and Stephen: (011 91) 88946 95737.
Students can receive mail at Sarah College for the entire program:
College for Higher Tibetan Studies
P. O. Sarah, Dharamshala
District Kangra 176215
Our co-ordinator at Sarah College is Passang Tsering.