The information contained on this webpage will provide the traveler with a helpful guide as they complete their travel documents which are to be routed through the Provost and Vice President for Academic Affairs office. By following this guide, we ensure that your travel paperwork will be routed through our office and submitted to University Accounting Services in a timely manner for reimbursement.
International travel requests that must be routed through the Provost’s office for signature are:
- Faculty traveling on State Business (any amount)
- Administrators who directly report to the Provost and VP for Academic Affairs (any dollar amount)
Click on the links below for information on:
- Preparing for Your Trip
- Insurance Coverage - Purchase of Foreign Travel Insurance Program (FTIP) coverage is required for all foreign travel on university-related business/activites. This coverage will be arranged (purchased) through Risk Management after the Provost has approved the request for travel.
- Steps to Take After Your Trip
- University Accounting Services Travel Information
- Travel Checklist
For Faculty Traveling with Students
For faculty who are traveling with students, the faculty international travel documents as well as the student(s) travel documents must be submitted to the Provost's office for approval. Once the Provost has approved the travel for the faculty member, the Provost's office will route the student travel documents to Dr. Ben Quillian's Office, VP for Administrative Affairs, for his review. Valerie Eberle, Manager, Benefits/Workers' Comp/Risk Programs will be the approving officer for student travel.
NOTE: The international travel authorization form for students is different than the documents for faculty. The ASI office should be contacted for student international travel information and forms.
Please visit the International Center's website for study abroad information, http://www.cpp.edu/~international/study-abroad/index.shtml
College Travel Designees
Below is a list of the college travel designees. All authorization to travel forms and travel claims must be submitted to your college's designee for approval prior to it being delivered tot the Provost and Vice President for Academic Affairs.
|Business Administration||Vicky Siongcoemail@example.com|
|Collins College||Chitra Perera||x4471||79 Bfirstname.lastname@example.org|
|Education & Integrative Studies||Marie Robbemail@example.com|
|Environmental Design||Frances Loya||x2667||7-107Bfirstname.lastname@example.org|
|Extended University||Sylvia Nguyen or Terrie Taylor||x4653 or email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org|
|Letters, Arts and Social Sciences||Grace Santos||x3942||5-158|
|University Library||Cheryl Meaux||x3086||15-4539Gemail@example.com|
|Academic Programs||Ingrid Cantrell||x3329||98-T7firstname.lastname@example.org|
|Office of Research||Charlene Saunders||x2955||1-225Bemail@example.com|
Academic Planning, Policy and
|Mary Jane Wade||x3418||98-T7firstname.lastname@example.org|
Institutional Research &