International travel is a key component of the Dartmouth experience, and the health and well-being of travelers is a priority for Dartmouth.
Undergraduate students traveling on any program that:
- Dartmouth requires, supports, supervises, controls, or manages;
- Is financially supported through any Dartmouth account; or
- Is expected to result in the granting of academic credit received for courses taken at other institutions or their programs (transfer credits)
must register their itineraries and contact information in the Dartmouth Travel Registry. Faculty, staff, and alumni traveling on Dartmouth business are also strongly encouraged to enter their information on this site.
Taking a few moments to register your travel will enable us to contact you in the event of an emergency.
PLEASE NOTE: Dartmouth's Travel Risk Management Policy prohibits the use of Dartmouth funds to support travel to a country or region under a U.S. State Department warning. If you are traveling to one of these countries, a Travel Waiver is required. To apply for a Travel Waiver contact the Provost’s Office of International Initiatives at least three weeks prior to travel. Additional travel policies can be found here.
PRIVACY PROTECTION INFORMATION: Information submitted to the Travel Registry will be used by the Office of the Provost and selected other offices in charge of international travel, and only for the purpose of contacting travelers in the event of an emergency. Information will be purged from the Registry on a quarterly basis.