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Register Your Travel

All students traveling internationally for University-related academic or business matters are required to register their travel through the University's travel registration system, DU Passport. All faculty and staff traveling internationally for University-related academic or business matters are required to submit a Request in Pioneer Travel and Expense.

By registering in DU Passport or submitting a Request in Pioneer Travel and Expense, the University can assist in an emergency situation abroad, provide important travel resources prior to departure, coordinate evacuation and repatriation benefits, and better track international efforts of all DU members. For faculty and staff, submission of a Request also significantly aids in the handling of workers compensation claims.

Failing to register travel in DU Passport or to submit a Request in Pioneer Travel and Expense before leaving the U.S. can result in the disallowance of funding or academic credit and can impact the expense reimbursement process.

Traveler-Specific Information

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Traveler Eligibility

  • Every traveler going abroad on University-related travel is subject to DU policies while traveling abroad.
  • These include the University Honor Code, the Student Student Rights and Responsibilities Policies, and other related policies. For complete information on these codes, please refer to the Student Rights and Responsibilities website.
  • The University of Denver does not allow students who are on current academic or Student Rights and Responsibilities probation, deferred suspension, or suspension to participate on a study abroad program. This includes students who do not successfully complete the Pioneer ReEngagement Program (PREP) prior to going abroad. If a student is placed on probation, deferred suspension, or suspension that will still be in effect at the time of departure for the term in which they planned on studying abroad or while abroad, the student will be withdrawn from the program and will be responsible for any funds paid out or incurred on their behalf by the the University. If a student has been on probation, deferred suspension, or suspension in the past or is on current probation, deferred suspension, or suspension, all mandated status and educational outcomes must be completed and verified by the Office of Student Rights and Responsibilities per their deadlines and at least two weeks prior to departure for study abroad. In the event DU is closed during that two week period, the student must complete all outcomes three business days prior to DU's closure. In addition, a student with a suspension, must demonstrate one successful quarter at DU before going abroad.
  • There may be times when students have a current mutual No Contact Order and have a concern they may be participating in the same study abroad program. A student who has this concern should contact the Office of Student Rights & Responsibilities to discuss available options. Depending upon the time of the notification, there may or may not be options for a program change.
  • Faculty and staff are subject to policies found on the HRIC website.