International Travel Registration

In February 2021, the University of St. Thomas approved a new travel policy to ensure travelers' health and safety and to manage the liability of the University. As per the policy, all university-sponsored off-campus travel must be registered.

Travel is defined as any off-campus travel that includes an overnight stay, airfare, or is international. University-sponsored travel is defined as any travel that occurs as part of an individual's role and/or responsibilities at St. Thomas or is funded by University resources. This includes travel to conferences, band/choir trips, independent studies, and off-campus site visits. Visit the University's policy respository to view the Travel Policy.

Domestic means travel within the 50 states of the United States and the District of Columbia, but not including territories or U.S. property in other countries. At this time, domestic travel registration is no longer managed by Global Learning and Strategy or the Office of Study Abroad. 

International means travel that is not Domestic. International travel includes travel to U.S. territories and U.S. sovereign areas such as military bases outside the 50 states.

On this page, students, staff, and faculty can register their international travel by selecting the appropriate button below and logging in with their St .Thomas username and password.

If non-St. Thomas individuals are travelling internationally with a St. Thomas group, please contact Suzanne Windett ( to gain access to international travel registration.

Please note that, as part of the international travel registration process, the University verifies travelers are in compliance with current University travel requirements. 

International travel registration must be completed at least two weeks prior to date of departure. If you are registering travel within two weeks of departure, notify Suzanne Windett ( in addition to completing the registration below.

Please note the following:

  • Please make sure you view your emergency contact information in Murphy Online and edit it, if needed.
  • If you do not see your specific destination(s) listed in the itinerary section, please email
  • You will receive a confirmation email once your registration is processed. You may also receive other communication regarding the status of your travel registration depending upon current travel requirements. Forward communication to your sponsoring department, staff, or faculty member, as needed. 
  • All university-related travel is subject to the University's Risk Assessment, Travel Advisories, and Cancellation Policies. If your destination is subject to a Level 3 or 4 U.S. State Department Travel Advisory, submit a travel proposal to the Travel Risk Advisory Committee.