All travel expenses that have occurred up through the end of May must be submitted by June 17.
It is best to submit any and all 21/22 travel expenses by June 17, but for any travel that occurs in June that is unable to be submitted before the fiscal year closes, contact Accounting to complete an accrual.
Please see Accounting's criteria for accruals below.
Registration and travel costs should only be purchased and recorded in the current fiscal year (before June 30, 2022) and for travel that will occur after July 1, 2022, when the following criteria are met.
Visit our Forms page for detailed information.
Need training, help on a Request/Expense Report, or have a question? Visit our Training & Resources page to book an appointment with one of the Travel Office Staff.
Arkansas, Florida, Ohio, Montana, North Dakota, and West Virginia were all added to the list of places where state-funded travel is banned due to those states' discriminatory laws against the LGBTQA community.
Learn more about the Travel Ban and list of included states.
Travelers will certify the following when submitting a Travel request:
All stateside employees using state funds (including self-support and trust) will utilize Concur Travel Software. (For assistance with setting up your Concur user profile, refer to this Profile Setup Guide.)
Auxiliary employees, students, candidates, stateside employees using auxiliary funds, or stateside employees using split funding between state and an auxiliary will continue to use the Adobe Sign travel process.
PAT Member approval is no longer required for travel over $500.
Only the conference agenda, or other evidence supporting the legitimate business purpose and dates of the travel, is required as backup in the Travel Request.
For domestic travel, the following approvals will be required:
Hospitality while traveling should now be included on the expense claim for both Concur and Adobe Sign.
ProCards should continue to be used to purchase registration and now includes purchases that require a convenience fee.
The University has retired the Personal Liability Travel Cards that were offered before the travel suspension. We now offer a University Liability Travel Card.
Find more information about the card and how to apply.