Visit Cornell's International Travel Registry here
What is the Travel Registry?
Cornell provides a secure registry system for faculty, staff, and students to record travel plans and contact information. It supports emergency communications and allows access to Cornell's emergency travel assistance coverage while abroad.
Cornell provides a secure registry system for students, faculty, and staff to record Cornell-related travel plans and contact information. All travelers must register Cornell travel. Should there be an emergency or developing situation that could impact you or your travel plans, your registration helps Cornell’s International Travel Health and Safety team locate and contact you in order to provide resources you may need.
- Mandatory for all students, staff, and faculty traveling internationally on Cornell-related business.
- Not for personal travel (vacation).
- Not for domestic travel.
Why should I use it?
Should there be any emergency (e.g., natural disaster, terror attack, or even an emergency at home) this system helps Cornell locate and contact you.
Current travel restrictions
Cornell has adopted a less restrictive stance on allowable travel that emphasizes a travelers’ personal responsibility for understanding complex border restrictions and entry requirements. Approvals will continue to be needed for all university-related travel in accordance with the process described here and until further notice. Participants in official and approved fall 2021 study abroad programs are exempt from the petition process while engaging in that experience. Registration in the registry is required of all travelers.