Given the rapidly evolving nature of the COVID-19 pandemic and consequent travel restrictions, all Dartmouth-sponsored international and domestic travel for students, faculty, and staff outside of New Hampshire and Vermont is禁止直到进一步通知.
Institutional expenses for Dartmouth-sponsored travel should not be committed or expected as a reimbursement for future travel outside of New Hampshire and Vermont unless an approved exception is received (seeTravel Exceptions）。因此，旅行登记处和通常的旅行豁免流程都暂时停止。我们鼓励寻找开展业务的替代手段，例如电话会议。
Dartmouth-sponsoredtravel means travel that Dartmouth requires, supports, supervises, controls, or manages, which is financially supported by Dartmouth or through any Dartmouth account, and/or is expected to result in the granting of academic credit from Dartmouth. Travel supported by external grants (e.g., from federal agencies or private foundations) made to Dartmouth is included in the definition ofDartmouth-sponsoredtravel.
Travel Exceptions: Faculty, staff, and graduate and professional school students may petition for a travel exception if they feel the proposed Dartmouth-sponsored travel is essential for Dartmouth or essential for the continuation of their educational or scholarly program. Petitioning for an international or domestic travel exception includes several steps outlined on thetravel exception page. Geisel medical students traveling domestically to complete required clinical clerkships at Dartmouth-affiliated training sites may contactGeisel's Office of Clinical Educationfor approval rather than petitioning for a travel exception. At this time, undergraduate students are not eligible for a Dartmouth-sponsored travel exception.
Personal Travel: Undergraduate Students
With the exception of arriving for the start of term and returning home at the end of term, undergraduate students enrolled on campus are not permitted to travel outside of the local area. The "local area" is limited to the towns of Hanover, Enfield, Lebanon, Lyme, and West Lebanon in New Hampshire, and the towns of Norwich and Hartford (including Quechee, Wilder, and White River Junction) in Vermont. There are no exceptions. In the event of a family emergency, undergraduate students should contact the undergraduate student affairs office at firstname.lastname@example.org to consult and request support.
Personal Travel: Graduate and Professional School Students
Personal travel is strongly discouraged. Graduate and professional school students who choose to travel, including day trips and regardless of form of transportation, must, upon return, meet aseries of requirementsbefore accessing Dartmouth campus buildings. In addition, graduate and professional school students must follow thequarantine requirements for their state of residenceoutside of campus. Graduate and professional school students may contact the student affairs office for their school with questions.
Personal Travel: Faculty and Staff
Personal travel is strongly discouraged. Faculty and staff who choose to travel, including day trips and regardless of form of transportation, must, upon return, meet aseries of requirementsbefore accessing Dartmouth campus buildings. In addition, faculty and staff must follow thequarantine requirements for their state of residenceoutside of work. Faculty and staff may contact Human Resources at email@example.com with questions.
Transportation and Vehicle Use
Anyone using a Dartmouth-owned vehicle or participating in a Dartmouth sanctioned activity using a private vehicle must follow这些requirements.
Given the risk of COVID-19 transmission and restrictions on travel, and to protect everyone's health, visitors who have not receivedspecific authorizationto be at Dartmouth should not come to campus.
Please check theCenter for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19) travel guidanceand theU.S. Department of State travel advisoriesfor the latest updates.
State Travel Guidance
Health department guidance ofother U.S. states and territories