To be considered Official University Business Travel at least one of the following criteria must apply:
- A trip is certified by the traveler’s supervisor(s) CFO or designee to be essential to University operations;
- The trip relates directly to University programs including professional development activities and objectives (i.e. research);
- The trip is to a meeting of a professional association or society to deliver a paper, to serve as moderator or group leader, to serve on a panel, or to fulfill obligations as an association or society officer; or
- The trip has as its primary purpose recruitment of faculty or administrative personnel.
You may request an advance of up to 80% of available funding (maximum reimbursement) by ticking the appropriate box on your T2 and filing in the amount.
Sign up for direct deposit through Accounts Payable with this form:
This is a separate process from HR paychecks. Complete the form, attach voided check, and hand deliver it to the Accounts Payable office (AD 116). Bring your Red ID, or photo identification to verify that you are the employee requesting this service.
The California State University’s comprehensive foreign travel insurance coverage includes but is not limited to emergency medical coverage within network, medical evacuation, auto liability, legal assistance, lost luggage, passport replacement, trip interruption and general liability coverage. Assistance is available 24-hours a day and 7-days a week. Coverage Summary [PDF]
Contact Nancy Demich at firstname.lastname@example.org immediately, before date of planned departure to amend your insurance coverage or cancel the policy. Travel insurance is free to the employee but SDSU is charged by CSU. To avoid unnecessary charges please contact Nancy to cancel your trip prior to departure.
California State University Risk Management Authority
The office that sets risk management and travel policies for CSU institutions.