The purpose of the University of Florida Travel Office is to provide direction for employees and others who undertake travel on behalf of the University. Travel costs are to be allocated and expended within established budgetary limitations and serve an official business purpose. Travelers are not to make commitments to travel or to incur travel expenses without first obtaining the appropriate approvals.
The Travel Office is located in Elmore Hall and can be reached at (352) 392-1241 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
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Prior to Travel7 Articles
Information on travel authorizations, travel advances, official headquarters, airports and parking, and hotel discounts.View allPrior to Travel
Travel Expenses16 Articles
Information on lodging, meals, and related expenses, transportation, and travel reimbursements.View allTravel Expenses
International Travel7 Articles
Information on expenses incurred during international travel, creating international travel expense reports, and paying visiting travelers.View allInternational Travel
Travel with Non-State Funds1 Article
Information on travel expenses with Foundation funds.View allTravel with Non-State Funds
Additional Directives and Information
Helpful HandoutsTravelers and employee reimbursement guides to assist with travel & employee guidelines for reimbursement as well as specific items These are printable guides for all travelers including visitors, candidates, students and UF Employees that are doing business on behalf of the university. All travel and expense policies can be located in the Travel Directives. Employee […]
Updated UF Guidance on TravelThe University has lifted all COVID-related restrictions on travel and visitors. Dean’s approval and prerequisite for all travel to be essential are no longer required. The links below have been provided to assist with the most relevant COVID-19 information for decision making when considering Travel: COVID-19 Information Hub US Dept. of State – Details by Country […]
Workers’ Compensation for Injuries Incurred During TravelDirective Statement University travelers are eligible for workers’ compensation benefits during periods of travel which are necessary to perform the official business of the University. Travelers are not eligible for worker’s compensation benefits during activities which deviate from the normal course and scope of the official business, such as vacations or personal enterprise, even though […]