Updated Jun 14, 2019

The University of Nebraska is participating in a new Big10 contract with Enterprise Rent-A-Car and National Car Rental.  University employees are encouraged to utilize this contract when traveling for business. Click here to make an Enterprise reservation, enroll in the Emerald Club for additional rewards and services, and view rental rates.  To make a National reservation, click here.

Updated May 09, 2018

The University of Nebraska has changed its International Travel Insurance provider to UnitedHealthcare Global. All NU faculty and staff who are full-time employees are automatically covered by this policy when they travel outside of the United States on University of Nebraska business. Registration is not required, but reviewing the UHCG Welcome Kit will give you many resources you may need while traveling.

Updated Jan 16, 2018

The Tax Cuts and Jobs Act of 2017 requires that the University withhold income and FICA taxes on payments made to an employee, or to a third party on behalf of the employee, for all moving related expenses. The amount(s) will be reported to the payroll office and in the next payroll cycle(s) adjustments will be made to the employee's wages and withholdings, and will also be reported on the annual employee’s W-2.  Due to the tax requirement, reimbursements will not be processed until the employee is on the University payroll.

Updated Nov 15, 2016

To address safety of UNL professionals traveling outside of the U.S., UNL now requires travelers to complete an electronic travel authorization prior to booking travel and arrange all University-paid overseas travel with its travel services provider, Travel & Transport.

Updated Mar 02, 2017

The President’s Office has issued new directives regarding University Travel to countries with a US Department of State Travel Warning or a CDC Health Warning Level 3. View the full Executive Memorandum.

University Travel – Faculty & Staff travel Paid by UNL Funds

Updated May 14, 2014

If you receive grant funding from a Public Health Service agency (including the National Institutes of Health), conflict of interest regulations require that you disclose some sponsored or reimbursed travel on your Interest and Outside Activity Reporting Form on NUgrant. For additional information, visit http://research.unl.edu/orr/conflict.shtml

Updated May 14, 2014
Travel and Transport will be moving the University of Nebraska to electronic invoicing beginning on September 20, 2011. The e-Invoice contains full itinerary information and can be used for expense reporting. The e-Invoice will provide all ticket numbers associated with a reservation and include a total invoice amount with all tickets added together. Exchanges will also appear with details on what ticket is being exchanged and the amount of additional collections, penalties, credit amounts, or credit voucher amounts. Itineraries for hotel or
Updated May 14, 2014
Detailed receipts are required for all food/meal expenses equal to or greater than $5. In addition, expense reimbursement requests must be received in the Accounting Office no later than 60 days after the final day on which expenses were incurred. This 60 day requirement is a state statute, therefore, the University is not allowed to grant exceptions. Each request must be fully itemized, including the amount, date, place, and essential character of the expense incurred. This applies to all employees. If you have any questions, please call Accounting at 402-472-2881.