Travel During COVID-19
ASU policy currently requires approval from the appropriate Dean and the Provost for any student international travel. In order to secure that approval, students should begin by registering in this Student International Travel Registration System at least two weeks in advance of planned departure. All such requests will be reviewed by the ASU International Travel Advisory Committee, then the appropriate dean, and finally the Provost. Requests submitted less than two weeks prior to departure may not be reviewed before travel.
*For any requests in My ASU Trip (Concur), traveler can upload GEO’s approval notice to expedite approval of that request by ASU Travel and Risk Management.
Registration includes a request for basic travel details (e.g., cities/countries and dates, emergency contacts, etc.) and an electronic signature document. Information provided by students within their travel registration may be used in the event of an emergency to locate travelers and communicate emergency information.
PLEASE NOTE: ASU will charge a fee to travelers who register with the ASU International Travel Registration System.* The International Travel Service Fee is $3.00 per day. All charges will be posted to the traveler's student account.
*Students/faculty/staff traveling abroad on programs administered by the ASU Global Education Office are registered in a separate system.
For Your Consideration
The Global Education Office will provide registered travelers access to mobile-ready international travel intelligence and risk analysis and advice - before and during international travel - about things like immunization requirements, safety risks, emergency services, LGBTQIA traveler concerns, and political stability/unrest.
Emergency Communications Services
Registered travelers will have access to 24/7 ASU emergency response services while abroad on University-related travel. Before departure, all registered travelers should be equipped with vital emergency information by reviewing ASU's Emergency Contacts and Procedures.
International Health Insurance
Before departure, the Global Education Office will enroll all registered travelers in an international medical/evacuation/repatriation insurance program. ASU's partner, CISI, provides registered travelers access to numerous resources to help manage medical needs before and during travel.