Welcome to Travel & Expense!

Princeton University is implementing a new Travel and Expense Program. Beginning this summer, all administrative staff will be asked to use our new tools and processes for travel booking and expense management. Faculty are encouraged to begin using Concur for their travel arrangements and expense reimbursements in July, but for a period of time may continue to arrange travel and request reimbursements as they have in the past. However, if you are booking travel through a travel agency, please contact our new agency, Carlson Wagonlit Travel, at (866) 640-3294 or princeton.us@contactcwt.com.

News & Announcements

University issues West Africa travel advisory

Following the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention's (CDC) recent travel advisory for Guinea, Liberia and Sierra Leone due to the ongoing Ebola outbreak, Princeton University will not support undergraduate or graduate travel to these three countries. Faculty and staff planning to travel to... Read More

The General Ledger: Special Travel and Expense Edition

Check out this special edition of The General Ledger newsletter: Top Ten Travel and Expense Topics.

Subscribe to The General Ledger by emailing... Read More

Message to Faculty from David Lee, Carolyn Ainslie, and David Dobkin

A message to Princeton Faculty from David Lee (Provost), Carolyn Ainslie (VP for Finance and Treasurer), and David Dobkin (Dean of the Faculty):
Dear Faculty Colleagues,
We will be launching Princeton Prime, a series of enhancements to our financial systems in July.  This... Read More

Updates to Student Travel Registration

On January 6, a new travel registration system (Concur) will replace the current Princeton Travel Registration Database for University-sponsored travel. If you are currently working on a registration in the Princeton Travel Registration Database, you will be able to log back into the site after... Read More

Travel Alerts

The U.S. State Department issues travel alerts to disseminate information about short-term conditions, either transnational or within a particular country, that pose significant risks to the security of U.S. citizens and other travelers. Natural disasters, terrorist attacks, coups, anniversaries... Read More


Traveling internationally? Do you know if you need an entry visa?  Check VisaCentral for complete checklists of requirements, applications and forms. Fees have been negotiated specifically for Princeton travelers. Save yourself a... Read More