There’s an unfortunate side effect of the mostly positive student travel experience: As local and international travel increases, so does the potential for safety risks.

As technology begins opening doors to cheaper and more easily navigated local and foreign travel thanks to shared services like Airbnb, Uber, and Lyft, students are more likely than ever to place their trust in an unknown driver, homeowner, or even Wi-Fi user (FON).

But while these technology-enabled shared services provide unprecedented ease and access for students, it can quickly become the student's, and institution’s, worst nightmare.

But is the...

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