- Requiring appropriate levels of approval are important to help safeguard against unnecessary travel and/or unreasonable costs.
- Each traveler, except for those individuals specifically authorized by the university president or the appropriate chancellor, must have approval by an authorized travel approver prior to commitment of university funds. An authorized approver is generally the supervisor, but will be the researcher or principal investigator in the case of grant funding.
- All international travel must be approved by the supervisor, including international travel of those otherwise authorized to approve their own travel.
- The chair of the Board of Regents shall approve regent travel, except for board meetings or commencement activities, which need no pre‐approval.