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Registering International Travel (Faculty and Staff)

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NOTE: This procedure is intended for faculty and staff traveling internationally on University business. Students planning to travel should contact the Education Abroad Office on their campus and refer to Administrative Policy: Education Abroad Opportunities: Addressing Health and Safety Risks.

Registering International Travel for University Business

All travel by employees (faculty and staff) for University purposes outside of the United States must be registered in advance. Trip information will be managed centrally, so that University pre-travel assistance can be provided, as well as timely assistance in the event of an in-country crisis (e.g., military action, natural disaster).

Steps to Follow

Step 1:
Visit http://global.umn.edu/travelregistry/ to register your travel. You will be prompted to log in using the x.500 and provide basic travel details including destination, dates, and emergency contact.

Step 2:
After registering your travel you will have the option to review the valuable travel resources including travel discounts, travel funding, and insurance information. You may also choose to manage travel documents including passport copies and itinerary details. You will have access to these materials before, during and after your travel.

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