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Latest Information on Travel Affected by COVID-19

Dear Campus Community,

We understand many faculty, staff and students have questions regarding university-related travel, particularly in light of the COVID-19 situation during summer and fall 2020. We also acknowledge the desire to make international travel plans in the near future and the significant difficulty imposed by this uncertain period.

This message includes the most updated information available about travel protocol, travel insurance and travel reimbursement.

COVID-19 Travel Reimbursement Approval Form and FAQ

This form is required for all travel and entertainment reimbursements being processed due to cancellation of trips or events as a result of COVID-19. Once the form is completed please send to and we will work with the Controller to obtain final signature. Please ensure to use COVD19 as the project code when submitting these reimbursements.

Click here to access the Travel Reimbursement Approval Form.

Campus Travel Management Preparing Major Upgrade

The Campus Travel Management team is working on a significant upgrade to how faculty, staff and students will manage expenses while traveling, and how they will be reimbursed. The system will allow users to capture an expense such as a restaurant or gas receipt through a convenient mobile app. Expenses such as Uber rides will be recorded digitally, eliminating the need to obtain paper receipts.

New Travel Policy Updates

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.

U.S. Bank Announces Migration to Electronic Statements

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:

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