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Faculty/Staff International Travel Registration

STEP 2  of the Faculty and Staff International Travel Registration

If you have not completed Step 1, click here.  This will take you to the login on Banner Web.  Go to the employee tab and Pre-Authorization of International Travel is at the bottom of the list.
To continue to Step 2, please scroll down and read all the information of what you will need to complete this step.  This information is listed on our my rose-hulman page here.
The Center for Global Engagement has a Faculty & Staff Trip Itinerary to help you organize your travel itinerary information before you begin.  You must have all your information at hand when you register your travel.  You cannot save it and come back, nor can you change it after you have submitted it.

You will need the following required material:

  • Your contact information while traveling 

  • Emergency contact information in the United States (update in profile section) 

  • Trip itinerary to include dates, locations,and accommodations with addresses and phone numbers                         

  • Flight itinerary (uploaded e-ticket copy with confirmation number) 

  • Passport photo page copy  (not a passport card)
    IMPORTANT NOTE: Most countries require that your U.S. passport be valid at least 6 months into the future from the last day of your visit.

Registration with the U.S. State Department through the STEP program is recommended for all international travel.
https://step.state.gov/

The completion of the International Travel Authorization Process (Step 1 and Step 2) is mandated for all Rose-Hulman international travel. If Step 1 and Step 2 are not completed and verified by the Center for Global Engagement and Risk Management, the trip is considered non-approved and Rose-Hulman will not reimburse travel funds or costs associated with said travel.

Please contact the Center for Global Engagement with any questions.