Travel :

Travel Components

Out-of-state or international travel is composed of three elements:

  1. Approval via submission of a Travel Authorization (Form CSUFRS-30, Exhibit A).
  2. The actual trip.
  3. Actual expenses incurred by the traveler must be submitted to the Travel Office within 30 calendar days of completion of the trip. Any forms submitted after the above timeframes may be returned without reimbursement, encumbered funds may be released, and the conditions of the travel agreement may be invoked.

     

In-state travel is composed of:

  1. Approval via submission of a Travel Authorization.

     Note: Mileage only or any non-mileage expense of $50 or less per trip does not require submission of a Travel Authorization. A current certificate of insurance must be on file in the Travel Office with minimum liabilities met (refer to the Insurance and Use of Personally Owned Vehicle section). Reimbursement is made via submission of a Travel Reimbursement form within 30 calendar days after the end of the month. Any forms submitted after this timeframe may be returned without reimbursement.

  2. The actual trip.

  3. Actual expenses incurred by the traveler must be submitted to the Travel Office within 30 calendar days of completion of the trip. Any forms submitted after the above timeframes may be returned without reimbursement, encumbered funds may be released, and the conditions of the travel agreement may be invoked.

NOTE:  Expenses that are incurred before travel is approved are the responsibility of the traveler should the travel be disallowed.

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