INTERNATIONAL TRAVEL REGISTRY

Instructions for Registering Your Travel

Instructions for Registering Your Travel

After reading the instructions below, click on the "Register Now" button to begin the registration process.

The health and well-being of faculty and staff members is a priority for Ithaca College, not only here on campus, but also while IC community members are abroad. World events are unpredictable; therefore, a travel registry is warranted to advise us of where you are in case of an emergency and to aid in communication should you need assistance.

We strongly encourage you to report any international travel by using the Faculty and Staff International Travel Registry. The information submitted to the registry will remain confidential and will be used ONLY in emergency situations. (Note: Information pertaining to your destination(s) will be anonymously shared with our insurance carrier.)

Benefits of Registering

  • Ithaca College will work on your behalf, should an emergency situation arise;

  • you will be automatically enrolled in the IC International Insurance Plan, which includes:

    • access to the 24/7 CHUBB Travel Assistance Program;

    • medical insurance;

    • emergency medical evacuation; and

    • repatriation benefits.

These services are subject to certain conditions, limitations, and exclusions, which can be viewed on the website. You may also access many resources on the website that will be useful when planning your time abroad.

PLEASE NOTE: Ithaca College's Travel Policy prohibits the use of IC funds to support travel to a country or region with a level 4 designation from the U.S. State Department. If you are traveling to a country that has a level 4 designation, you must submit a request for an exception to the travel warning policy to the Office of International Programs and Extended Studies. All requests should be sent to travelreg@ithaca.edu.

For more information, please see the:

  • Policy on Ithaca College Travel to Countries with a level-4 advisory
    and the Review Process for Exceptions
  • Current Travel Advisories

Any questions may be directed to Tanya Saunders, Chair of the International Advisory Committee.

Before you Register

Here is a list of items you will need to have ready before registering your travel:

  • an electronic copy of your passport;
  • your itinerary, including exact dates of travel;
  • all of the relevant in-country addresses and phone numbers for where you will be staying;
  • contact information for the agency or persons you will be connecting with while abroad; and
  • your personal and work-related emergency contact information.
Register Now

If you're ready to register your travel, just click on the button.