Travel & Expense at Princeton University

We wish to remind all populations affiliated with Princeton University, including undergraduates, graduate students, faculty, and staff, that the following guidelines regarding University-sponsored travel remain in effect:

  • All University-sponsored international travel continues to be suspended, and no international travel should be planned or scheduled.

  • University-sponsored travel within the United States should continue to be limited to essential trips. We remind travelers and travel sponsors (i.e., the department or other unit funding or otherwise supporting a trip) to review each proposed domestic trip to decide if it is essential -- balancing the benefits of travel with health and safety considerations.


Please utilize the following resources to determine if travel is essential:

Princeton University Pandemic-Period Permissible Travel Guidelines

Permissible Travel Guidelines Summary Chart 

Academic and administrative units that have questions about domestic or international travel may seek guidance from the Global Safety and Security unit at globalsafety@princeton.edu.

 

 

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BEFORE YOU GO

If your travel is essential and has been approved, please review this information from World Travel to ensure you are prepared and understand the steps you should take to remain safe and healthy throughout your trip. 

The first, and most important step, is to make sure all travel has been booked through Concur or World Travel, Inc.

World Travel can be reached at at (888) 530-4087 or email princeton@worldtravelinc.com

 

FEATURED TRAVEL TRANING OF THE MONTH
Changing a Purchased and Ticketed Trip in Concur
This video discusses post-ticketing changes that can be made within the Concur Travel site.    

 

 

 

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Travel Program FAQs Related to Covid-19

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