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International Travel Planning Resources
Travel Planning and Checklists
Look here for a checklist for travel planning, information about registering your travel, and information for parents of student travelers. Registration is required for Cornell travel but this information may be used for educational purposes for non-Cornell travel abroad.
Cornell Travel Resources
Click here for a comprehensive list of travel-related information and services offered directly through Cornell offices.
External Travel Resources
The links below will take you off the Cornell Gateway website to external sites critical to travel registration and safety as well as to sites that just supply useful information.
Expectations of Faculty/Staff Team Leaders
Faculty/Staff members leading student trips abroad are agents of the university while performing the assigned duties. Faculty/Staff leaders are expected to abide by university policies, U.S. law as well as external laws and regulations, including but not limited to those of ethical behavior, confidentiality, financial responsibility and drug use. Due diligence, good communication, common sense, careful planning, and reasonableness are keys to a successful international experience.
Gannett Travel Clinic
Travelers (more than 1600 last year) to destinations on all continents come to Gannett Travel Clinic seeking assessment, advice, supplies, and immunizations to help maintain their health while they travel abroad for education, research, business, or pleasure.
Understanding Types of Travel
University Policy 8.5, Risk Management for International Travel, defines three types of travel: