Graduate students who intend to travel overseas independently (not in a GU Group) for university-related or sponsored international experiences should complete an International Travel Authorization Application.
Graduate Students Traveling in Groups
Graduate students traveling in groups should complete a group travel authorization application instead of an individual travel authorization application
Students who are going abroad to a country or region deemed high risk by the US Department of State's Travel Advisory System should expect an additional 1-2 weeks for the application to undergo further review for approval by the Provost's Office, EVP or designee.
Law Center students will go through a separate process for travel approval. Please contact the Office of Transnational Programs for more information.
Instructions and an application preview can be found here.
Timeline for Review and Approval
Traveler submits documents for review
At least 4 weeks prior to departure
OGS does preliminary review and sends on to Travel Committee
Within 48 hours of receiving application
Travel Committee Reviews Application
Allow 1-2 weeks
(for Travel Advisory high risk locations only)
Allow extra 1-2 Weeks