Travel Information and Resources
Graduate students travel away from Princeton for a wide variety of academic reasons: language study, dissertation research, internships, scholarly conferences and meetings, to name a few. This website offers graduate students important information and resources.
- Travel Registration Graduate Students are required to register all University sponsored international travel.
Travel Resources and Support
- International SOS provides emergency and support services for University travelers and their families while on University sponsored international trips (membership 11BSGC000022)
- Travel Warning List Travelers are encouraged to take appropriate precautions when traveling to countries on the US State Department warning list
- Passport and Visa information and information for international students
- Business Travel Portal
Travel Medicine, a part of University Health Services, is an exceptional campus resource providing information and travel health advice to all students, faculty and staff. Graduate students may make appointments with Travel Medicine, and for a fee receive required immunizations, in addition to prescriptions and appropriate medical record information.
Graduate students are strongly urged to make an appointment with Travel Medicine and follow the medical advice regarding immunizations and prescribed medications. It is the responsibility of the traveler to adhere to medical advice and to practice good hygiene. International health issue updates are available on the travel website. (Note: Group trip leaders should contact Ms. Helen Ackley to arrange a group meeting)
Tiger Net use
TigerNet is a set of online services created to further communication among alumni and other members of the extended Princeton University Community. TigerNet is owned and operated by The Trustees of Princeton University. Certain uses of TigerNet are inconsistent with the purposes for which it was created. Such uses include, but are not limited to, those that: are illegal or fraudulent; inaccurately imply endorsement, approval or sponsorship by Princeton University or any officer of the University involve mass distributions for any personal, commercial (e.g., ads or spamming) or political activity. This includes contacting alumni for personal solicitations for funding. For a more detailed review of Tigernet policies.