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​Faculty Travel

All full-time faculty who have an official role or who will actively participate in a conference are eligible to apply for travel funds. Maximum of three travel requests per fiscal year (July 1st- June 30th), not to exceed $2,200. There is not a limit on reimbursement for any single trip; the entire allocation ($2,200) can be used for one trip. An additional $400 is available for faculty members who co-present with a student, as one of their trips.

Examples of approved activities include: a paper presentation, panel participant, poster session, session chair or moderator, paper respondent or discussant, conference chair or executive board member who is required to attend. 

Prior Approval

All requests for travel funds must be preapproved, even if department funds are requested. Faculty members should complete the Travel Request Form at least four weeks prior to travel (if possible). The request form must be signed by the faculty member's department chair/program director, who forwards the request to Alyssa Marton in the Office of Academic Affairs for approval.  The request for travel funds must include confirmation that the faculty member's conference/seminar proposal has been accepted for presentation, as well as a breakdown of anticipated expenses. In addition, documentation describing the conference and fees should be included.  Once the travel request is preapproved by Academic Affairs, the faculty member will receive an authorization e-mail, along with a travel expense report and pertinent information. The department chair/program director is copied on the authorization e-mail.  

Travel Arrangements

The Office of Academic Affairs has a limited annual budget to support faculty travel. All travel requests are reviewed to ensure the most cost-effective use of these funds so that all eligible faculty may participate in professional development opportunities.

For detailed information regarding the travel policy, including accommodations, auto rentals, per diem, parking etc., please refer to the Procedural Steps for Travel. For detailed information regarding air travel, please refer to the Air Travel Guidelines.

Submission of Travel Expense Report

The Travel Expense Report must be submitted, with original receipts, to the Office of Academic Affairs within two weeks of the completion of travel. The Travel Expense Report is available as a PDF or Excel form. 

Travel Expense Report Instructions 

Providence College Travel Expense Report (PDF)

If using the PDF version: print form, complete required fields, sign and submit form with original receipts.

Providence College Travel Expense Report (Excel)

If using the Excel version: complete the shaded areas (form will calculate total values), print and sign form and submit with original receipts.

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