International Travel Registration Policy

It is important to ensure that study abroad and other international activities/programs using the name of North Carolina A&T State University and involving its students and/or faculty are properly identified and registered with the Office of International Affairs. Faculty, staff, and administrators traveling on university business should complete the International Travel Registry Form and send all supporting documentation Ms. Sharon Criner at scriner@ncat.edu. Student travelers must follow a different set of protocols that can be found in section Education Abroad.

Policy on International Activities at North Carolina A&T State University

Purpose: To ensure that study abroad and other international activities/programs using the name of North Carolina A&T State University and involving its students and/or faculty are properly identified and registered with the Office of International Affairs (OIA).

OIA will ensure that the appropriate legal documents are properly executed to protect N.C. A&T and all participants. If academic credit is awarded, proper signatures will be required from the appropriate chair and dean. The data collected by OIA will be used:

  • to contact travelers in case of an emergency or critical development
  • to prepare reports on the global activity of students, faculty, administrators and staff
  • to publicize the global activities at N.C. A&T
  • to confirm that participants in overseas programs are properly insured