We monitor the situation in the Middle East meticulously using every resource at our fingertips—local staff, contacts in the field, a wide array of news sources, and the US Department of State. We also maintain person-to-person contact with the US Embassy in Amman.
We use this information to keep you, your parents, and your school informed about important security matters on our News & Alerts page. And when warranted, we take prompt action, like program evacuation or relocation.
Still have concerns? Please contact us! We’re here to help.
The CET Center is within the Office of International Relations building. It’s here that you’ll take your classes, meet with staff, use the wifi, or just hang out with peers.
For meals, take your pick of the city’s many cheap eateries. Be sure to try mansaf, the national dish of roasted lamb served over rice. Or let your roommate help you prepare a simple dinner of hummus and mutabbel (eggplant with tahini) for new Jordanian friends.