Pursuant to the University Policies and Procedures: UPP 1-18: Policy on Marquette University Sponsored International Travel, faculty and staff traveling internationally without students must adhere to the following guidelines.
Faculty and Staff Traveling Internationally Without Students
All faculty and staff traveling internationally for the purposes of research, teaching, conferences, service, recruiting, site visits or other objectives under the auspices of Marquette must complete and submit the Employee Travel Information Form. This form is not to be used for personal travel or vacations. The information you provide will be used to assist you and/or contact you in the event of an emergency.
Prior to purchase of airfare, you must submit the completed form along with the proposed itinerary to the Office of International Education. On behalf of the provost, the Office of International Education will review for risk as well as the general safety and security of the destination country based on governmental and non-governmental recommendations and advisories and, if the staff deems it necessary, by Marquette University offices of the General Counsel and Risk Management. OIE will share all travel alerts and safety cautions with you and provide a recommendation on whether to proceed with travel. You must then submit the completed form, proposed itinerary and OIE recommendation to your dean or vice president for final approval.
- OIE Safety Review Form (OIE will complete)
After you purchase airfare, you must submit a final detailed itinerary including flight numbers to OIE for the purposes of crisis management. Upon receipt, OIE will deliver an SOS international member card to your campus office. Please note that faculty and staff are covered under the University’s Workers’ Compensation program and do not need to enroll in OIE’s additional medical insurance program.
Useful Travel Links
- ITS Guide for Getting an International Cellphone (Marquette)
- Jesuit Refugee Services
- U S. Department of State Website on International Travel
- World Health Organization
- Centers for Disease Control and Prevention
Interested in planning a short-term international program involving students? Click here for more information.