University of Utah leadership has extended the travel restriction for all inbound and outbound university-related business travel for faculty, staff, students and guests through December 11, 2020. Travel Planners are asked to distribute this information to all University Travelers.
We have clarified exception procedures – details can be found on our web site.
Questions can be submitted using our ASK US form.
The President’s Cabinet has extended the current travel restriction for all university-related business travel for faculty, staff and students through September 1, 2020. Travel Planners are asked to distribute this information to all University Travelers.
Business-related trips between now and September 1, 2020 should be cancelled, unless you have obtained a fully approved exception. Exception approvals should first be granted by the cognizant Dean or Vice President, and then screened for extraordinary final approval from one of the following:
NOTE: Exceptions to this restriction should be approved at least one week prior to departure.
As global and domestic conditions become more clear, we will continue to update travel restriction information.
When a traveler has an unused cash advance, it will need to be accounted for on an Expense Report in Concur.
There may be an unused cash advance because of a cancelled trip, or the traveler may not have had enough out of pocket expenses to offset the full cash advance amount they received. In either case, the traveler owes the university money, and a departmental deposit must be made with funds collected from the traveler.
This guide below contains instructions on how to account for the unused cash advance, and what to do in Concur to show that the traveler has paid the university back
How to Create an Expense Report when there’s an Unused Cash Advance