Due to public health concerns related to COVID-19, all university-sponsored travel remains restricted until at least May 23, 2021, except as noted below. These restrictions are in place for all employees, students and registered student organizations. The intent is to help limit… Read More
Yes. Members of the UWM Emergency Operations Center have put together guidance for students, faculty and staff to use when riding in a vehicle with others during the pandemic. The following guidelines for passenger safety are based on federal, state… Read More
Students, faculty and staff considering personal travel are encouraged to follow applicable health and safety guidelines and advised to review the following: Wisconsin Department of Health Services COVID-19 travel page: This page provides information about travel within the state of Wisconsin… Read More
No, travel between UWM campuses or facilities is not considered travel for the purposes of requiring an exception. However, all employees working on-site must be approved to do so in advance by their supervisor and must follow UWM’s On-site Employee… Read More
It depends. If you are running an errand that will put you in contact with others for less than 10 minutes, it is not considered travel for the purpose of requiring an exception. An example would be driving to Marquette… Read More
Not at this time. Booking of any new university-sponsored travel is currently suspended until further notice.
If you have travel expenses on your personal credit card that otherwise would have been reimbursable per UW System’s standard travel reimbursement guidelines, they are still considered reimbursable expenses.