Travel Management

Brown University reimburses Faculty, Staff and students for business related travel. The University's policies follow the IRS guidelines. 

Travel Management

Travel Management at Brown sets policy and establishes the principles, requirements, and responsibilities for conducting University-related travel, both domestic and international, in a manner that supports traveler safety, mitigates financial risk, complies with applicable regulations (including federal, state, and international), promotes environmental sustainability, and fosters prudent use of University resources.

Brown Travel Policy - This incorporates vital travel risk management information and requirements for travelers. If you travel on Brown related business or programs–or support those in your units who do–please take a moment to review the revised policy to familiarize yourself with University guidelines and compliance. 

For questions related to Expense Reimbursement: [email protected]401-863-2716

For questions related to Travel Health, Safety, and Security and Insurance: Global Travel Operations, Risk & Resilience, Christine Sprovieri, Senior Director [email protected]

Visitors to Brown can find local hotels and rates here.

Travel Risk Management

All travel, regardless of destination, brings a certain level of inherent risk. To help mitigate risk for our global travelers, Brown University regularly monitors world health, safety and security events using a variety of assessment sources, including taking input from the U.S. Department of State (DOS), the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), International SOS, Brown faculty and staff regional experts, among other reputable oversight agencies.

For additional information visit the Travel Risk Management website.

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