Interim Policy During COVID-19: WWU COVID-19 Travel Advisory
As this is a dynamic situation, this policy will be updated periodically.
Group travel is defined as having two or more non-related participants.
Full-time, permanent WWU employees and their family members, who are covered under the employee health plan, are eligible for University provided Short-term Travel Insurance. Spouses and dependents who are not covered by the employee health plan may purchase the Short-term Travel Insurance when traveling with the qualifying employee.
Walla Walla University-Sponsored Travel
WWU is committed to reviewing, approving, and supporting University-sponsored travel which furthers its mission and core values. Those coordinating travel are responsible for understanding and following these policies and procedures. While on University-sponsored travel, the WWU Governance Handbook, Staff Employee Handbook, and Student Handbook will be in effect.
First complete and submit an International Travel Request Application. Travel must be authorized by the Travel Proposal Committee prior to any advertising, fund raising, or making travel arrangements. Requests should be submitted a minimum of two months prior to the proposed departure date.
Other Helpful Links:
Communication Plan - Guidelines
Short-term Travel Insurance - Coverage Summary
Insurance Exclusions - International Travel Medical
Insurance Exclusions - General Liability
WWU Discrimination and Harassment Policy - Policy and Procedure
Medical Forms - Participant Medical History & Treatment Authorization
Incident Documentation - WWU International Travel Incident Documentation Form
International Travel Waiver - WWU Liability Waiver, Assumption of Risk & Release Agreement
General Travel - Tips
Country Calling Codes: www.countrycallingcodes.com
Currency Converter: www.oanda.com/convert/classic
World Clock: www.timeanddate.com