IU COVID DOMESTIC AND INTERNATIONAL TRAVEL GUIDANCE
Effective August 1, 2021, until further notice
Effective August 1, 2021, IU-sponsored domestic travel will return to the IU travel policy that existed prior to the pandemic with the fiscal officer of the unit, or their delegate, approving such travel through the pre-approval process in Chrome River. For a review of the trip pre-approval process, please refer to Travel Management Training Resources. Domestic travel is defined as travel that is within the United States, its territories, and possessions.
Travelers are encouraged to continue making travel arrangements through Travel Management Services designated travel agencies (DTAs), however use of a DTA is not required.
Travelers must continue to follow local restrictions and CDC guidance. Visit the CDC's site and review guidance for domestic travelers.
IU-SPONSORED INTERNATIONAL TRAVEL
International travel, both outgoing from the U.S. and incoming to the U.S., is covered by guidance issued by Office of the Vice President for International Affairs. Effective July 1, 2021 the university’s general suspension of university-affiliated international travel was modified. For a review of the modified guidance, please refer to the COVID-19 and Global Mobility and International Travel Policy.
Additional guidance related to laboratory research may be found in the Research Restart Committee report.