Travel Suspended

ALL DARTMOUTH-SPONSORED INTERNATIONAL AND *DOMESTIC TRAVEL HAS BEEN SUSPENDED DUE TO THE COVID-19 GLOBAL PANDEMIC.

As a result, both the travel registry and the travel waiver process have been temporarily discontinued.

*Personal Travel: Dartmouth strongly discourages any personal international or domestic travel (outside of NH and VT). This includes travel by air, train, bus or personal vehicle.

Travel Waivers

Travel Risk Ratings

(Please note: Travel waiver requests for students will not be approved for China or Hong Kong through spring term due to the novel coronavirus outbreak and ongoing civil unrest.)

While all travel contains some level of risk, travel to some countries or areas of a country pose an additional level or risk.  Dartmouth, utilizing resources from the US State Department, International SOS, and past experience has prepared a list of countries with elevated risk for which a travel waiver is required.  Please view this PDF iconcountry list to see if your destination is one of the countries which requires a travel waiver.   A Travel Waiver (see below) from the Office of the Provost is required for any Dartmouth-affiliated or sponsored travel to a country on the list.  While Dartmouth updates its list quarterly, the U.S. State Department list is updated in real time. Therefore, every traveler should check the U.S. State Department list and look at the regions within each country they will be visiting. If any region is listed as “Level 3: Reconsider travel” or “Level 4: Do not travel”, a waiver is required. In case of a discrepancy between the Dartmouth rating and the State Department rating, the higher risk rating should be applied. 

A waiver request must be submitted well in advance of your planned travel. If traveling as part of a Dartmouth sponsored group or program (e.g. FSP, LSA, Tuck Go, etc.), please check with your program sponsor before completing a waiver request as your sponsoring office may apply for a group/program waiver covering all program participants. Please see Dartmouth's PDF iconTravel Risk Management Policy for more information. 

Instructions

To apply for a Travel Waiver, please reference Dartmouth's PDF iconlist of countries and the U.S. State Department list, fill out the appropriate form(s) linked below. Contact [email protected] (or call 603-646-8861) if you have additional questions or concerns.

Travel Waiver Forms and Online Application Portal

  • CLICK on the icon to register or apply, as needed