Travel Resources

Dartmouth travelers are encouraged to familiarize themselves with important health and safety guidelines prior to international travel.

Students, faculty, staff and alumni who travel on personal or on Dartmouth business are encouraged to register their travel information in the Dartmouth Travel Registry, which enables Dartmouth to establish and maintain contact in the event of an emergency.

Travel to Countries under State Department Warnings

Dartmouth does not support travel to countries that are under U.S. State Department Travel Warnings, or similar cautions by the WHO or CDC.

Students, faculty, staff, and alumni planning to travel to one of these countries on Dartmouth business must apply for a Travel Waiver through the Office of International Initiatives at least three weeks prior to the trip.

Emergencies & International SOS

Through International SOS, Dartmouth's primary emergency support provider, all students, staff, faculty, and faculty emeriti have access to 24/7 worldwide emergency assistance as well as medical, security, and travel advice. The coverage includes business and vacation travel and extends to travel companions who are immediate family members. In an emergency, call International SOS at 001 + (215) 942-8478.

Additionally, Dartmouth's on-campus Department of Safety & Security is available 24 hours a day, every day, at 001 + (603) 646-4000 or


Travel Registry

International travel is a key component of the Dartmouth experience, and the health and well-being of travelers is a priority for Dartmouth. Registering with the Dartmouth Travel Registry enables us to contact you in the event of an emergency.

Undergraduate students traveling on any program that (1) Dartmouth requires, supports, supervises, or manages; (2) is financially supported by Dartmouth; or (3) is expected to result in the granting of academic credit 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.

Register your travel plans here.

Passport and Visa Services

Outbound Visa Services

For assistance with travel outside the U.S., Dartmouth has partnered with Travisa Passport and Visa Service to provide students with comprehensive information and support in obtaining travel documents.

Travisa provides consulting services and visa processing for international travel organized through a Dartmouth study abroad program or group, or for individual travelers.

The Dartmouth Passport and Visa Portal may be found here.

U.S. Visa and Immigration Services

Dartmouth’s Office of Visa and Immigration Services (OVIS) provides assistance with U.S. visa and immigration sponsorship for Dartmouth students, faculty, researchers and staff.