Travel Registry and Exception

Registration Guide

For your health and safety, to facilitate the delivery of support services in the event of an emergency, please register Dartmouth-sponsored travel as follows:

Type of Travel Vaccinated Traveler Unvaccinated Traveler
New England travel Travel Registry not required Travel Registry not required
US travel outside of New England Travel Registry required Travel Registry required
International travel to identified destinations* Travel Registry required Travel Exception required
If approved, travel registry required
All other international travel Travel Exception required
If approved, travel registry required
Travel Exception required
If approved, travel registry required
Dartmouth program travel (i.e., organized by a Dartmouth office, department, center, or institute) Same requirements as described above. Traveler should confirm with organizing entity that travel registry has been completed for the program. Same requirements as described above. Traveler should confirm with organizing entity that travel registry has been completed for the program.

* List of identified countries

Travel Registry

Please register your travel at least 30 days prior to your departure date.

Effective August 1, 2021, students, faculty, and staff who are fully vaccinated may travel within the United States and to identified international destinations on Dartmouth-sponsored travel. Students, faculty, and staff who are not fully vaccinated may travel within the United States on Dartmouth-sponsored travel.  All those who choose to travel outside of New England (i.e. New Hampshire, Vermont, Maine, Massachusetts, Connecticut, and Rhode Island) must register in the Travel Registry. Those who wish to travel outside of the designated range may petition for a travel exception.

Dartmouth sponsored travel is travel that Dartmouth requires, supports, supervises, controls, or manages, which is financially supported by Dartmouth or through any Dartmouth account, and/or is expected to result in the granting of academic credit from Dartmouth. Note that travel supported by external grants (e.g., from federal agencies or private foundations) made to Dartmouth is included in the definition of Dartmouth sponsored travel.

Click here to register/or update your travel

Taking a few moments to register your travel will enable us to contact you in the event of an emergency.

STUDENT TRAVEL RISK ACKNOWLEDGEMENT AND RELEASE FORMS:
Please complete the appropriate forms and return to your department or program administrator.

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.