Travelers should first review the detailed checklists below, and then complete the relevant tasks outlined there with as much lead time as possible. Different pre-departure requirements apply to students; to faculty, researchers, librarians, and fellows; and to administrators and support staff.
As a general matter:
- All travelers, including faculty, must complete a brief Attestation form as early as possible and, after their travel details are known, register their trip with ISOS. The Student Attestation form is here, and the Faculty/Administrator Attestation form is here.
The Business Office cannot process funding or reimbursement requests until an Attestation form has been received.
- Students and administrators (and any faculty, researchers, librarians, or fellows who accompany them) who propose travel to "High" or greater risk locations must seek prior approval from the Dean and/or Provost by submitting the University's "Elevated Travel Risk Approval Form" at least 30 days prior to departure. Note that the form must be submitted after first receiving a response to the ISOS Pre-Trip Itinerary Review submission discussed in the checklists below.
- All travelers, including faculty, proposing travel to locations with an ISOS Elevated Evacutation Status of 1) "Stand-by", 2) "Evacuate: Non-Essential Personnel", of 3) "Evacuate: Full Evacuation" must submit an Elevated Travel Risk Approval Form at least 30 days prior to departure. Note that the form must be submitted after first receiving a response to the ISOS Pre-Trip Itinerary Review submission discussed in the checklists below.
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