Travel Waivers

Dartmouth prohibits 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, you must submit a Travel Waiver request no later than three weeks prior to travel in accordance with the instructions below.

Travel Waiver Policy

To apply for a Travel Waiver, fill out the appropriate form below and submit it electronically to Laurel Stavis,, or by hand to Parkhurst Hall, Suite 111 at least three weeks before travel. 

NOTE: In addition to the Travel Waiver form, a Supervisor Health and Safety Statement is required for any non-faculty/staff members; this includes, but is not limited to, alumni, undergraduates and graduate students. 

 Travel Waiver Forms

See the U.S. State Department Travel Advisories for a list of countries under warning.

Dartmouth's full Travel Risk policy can be found here.

For undergraduates:  Questions about your travel plans, internship, or research proposals should be discussed with your faculty adviser. If you have questions about the forms or how to submit them, contact or call 603-646-8861.