Undergraduate students who intend to travel overseas for university-related or sponsored international experiences that are not a study abroad program through the Office of Global Education should complete the International Travel Authorization process using the link below.
Please note that the International Travel Authorization Application has several questionnaires and electronic signature documents to complete. Once itinerary and initial travel information has been submitted, an automated email will be sent to you with the application link should you need to save your progress and resume your application submission at a different time.
International Travel Authorization Applications will not be processed until all questionnaires and electronic signature documents have been successfully completed. Upon completion, an email will be sent confirming OGS receipt of submission.
Students who are going abroad to an Elevated Risk Region should plan for additional review time.
For an approximate timeline for applications please refer to the step-by-step process guide below.
If you are partnering with an organization, please have the organization complete the program vetting guidelines.
Undergraduate Students Traveling in Groups
Undergraduate students traveling in groups should complete a group travel authorization application instead of an individual travel authorization application
Step-by-Step Process Guide
Traveler completes International Travel Authorization Application
At least 4 weeks prior to departure
OGS confirms receipt of submission and sends International Travel Authorization Application to Travel Review Committee (TRC)
Within 2-3 business days of receiving application
TRC reviews International Travel Authorization Application
Allow 1-2 weeks
Provost’s Office, EVP or Designee reviews International Travel Authorization Application
Allow extra 1-2 weeks
OGS notifies Traveler of International Travel Authorization Application decision
and provides travel safety resources
Within 2-3 business days of receiving application decision from TRC (and Provost/EVP)