Travel Resources

Dartmouth faculty students, staff and alumni can access 24/7 emergency services while traveling outside the U.S. through International SOS (Dartmouth member number 11BSGC000018), the world's largest medical and security assistance company.

Dartmouth travelers are strongly encouraged to record their itineraries in the Travel Registry. Doing so will help us get services to you quickly in the event of an emergency.

Waivers are required for travel to countries under a U.S. State Department Travel Warning. This site offers links to State and other Government agencies, as well as guidelines for submitting a travel waiver proposal.

Expedited visa and passport services are accessible to the Dartmouth community through Travisa.

The Dickey Center offers a video series for students embarking on travel for study abroad, internships, or research, and the Office of Information Technology Services offers advice for safeguarding your technology when traveling.