This section outlines the policies that govern undergraduate and graduate University sponsored travel
How do I know if my travel is considered University Sponsored?
- What constitutes University sponsorship of a program, project or activity
- Undergraduates must register all overnight travel on the travel database
Note: Undergraduate overnight travel to metropolitan New York City and Philadelphia is exempt from the travel database registration requirement.
- Graduate students must register all international travel on the travel database.
- Step by Step travel database guide
- Policies governing undergraduate travel
- Student Led Group Travel Handbook (pdf)
- Individual Student International Travel Handbook
- See Travel Medicine
- Non-US citizens: review all visa and transit requirements for international travel
- Undergraduate prohibition: travel to countries on the State Department warning list
- Travel exemption request process
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 and for a fee receive required immunizations, in addition to prescriptions and appropriate medical record information, 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)
Important Travel Resources and Support
- General Information Pre-Departure Orientation (pdf)
- International SOS Princeton University membership number: 11BSGC000022
- information US Citizens Visa and Passport
- International Undergraduate Students Maintenance of Status Information
- Business Services Travel Portal