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Campus Travel Management

Campus Travel Management’s mission is to exceed our customer's expectations and does so through excellent customer service, comprehensive knowledge of the University's travel policies and procedures, and knowledge of the systems used for travel. We believe travelers should understand our travel process, be comfortable while traveling and receive timely reimbursement. At the same time, travel costs must be incurred in accordance with the policy under which UC Merced operates. We provide systems training, customer service, relocation processing, and auditing of our Travel & Entertainment Card program.

The General inquiries of the department can be made to travel@ucmerced.edu.

Staff Directory

Tracy England
Travel Supervisor

(209) 201-8337
travel@ucmerced.edu

Stacey Teixeira
Travel Auditor

(209) 201-2058
travel@ucmerced.edu

Megan Potts
Travel Analyst

(209) 205-6373
travel@ucmerced.edu

Jessica Johnston
Travel Analyst

(209) 259-8465
travel@ucmerced.edu

 

Travel News

October 1, 2019

U.S. Bank Announces Migration to Electronic Statements

U.S. Bank has announced they are promoting sustainable business practices while supporting economic growth. As part of this initiative, U.S. Bank will be migrating accounts from receiving paper statements to more environmentally friendly electronic statements. 

Your card account will be migrated to electronic statements on October 1, 2019. 

Please follow the steps below before your migration date:

July 1, 2019

Effective July 1, 2019, the Office of President issued new guidance in their systemwide travel policy, G-28. This new guidance focuses on the possible reimbursement of dependent and dependent care expenses for staff, faculty, and prospective employees while on travel status. As is often the case with systemwide policies, the administration at each campus needs time to evaluate if and how these new guidelines will be implemented locally.