Registering Your Travel
Cornell provides a secure registry system for faculty, staff, and students to record travel plans and contact information. Should there be an emergency — natural disaster, terror attack, or even an emergency at home — this helps International Travel Health and Safety (ITHS) locate and contact you in order to provide resources you may need.
In response to guidance from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and the New York State Department of Health, all Cornell-related student travel to any international destination is prohibited until further notice. We strongly discourage non-essential international travel for Cornell business or personal reasons. Faculty and staff who wish to travel to CDC Level 3 areas for Cornell-related scholarship or business must receive approval from Cornell’s International Travel Advisory and Response Team (ITART) prior to travel. Approval can be sought by filling out the travel registry form. Faculty and staff who wish to travel to any international destination on Cornell-related research, scholarship or business must register their travel prior to departure. If one does not register their travel prior to departure, it will not be considered Cornell-related business and may impact their ability to be reimbursed for related travel costs.