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Concur Travel and Expense FAQs

The categories below contain answers to several Concur Travel and Expense Frequently Asked Questions. 

If your travel policy and procedure related questions are not answered below, please contact Clemson Travel and Expense at clemsontravel@clemson.edu or Clemson Disbursements at disbursements@clemson.edu.

Concur Travel and Profile Questions

  • What is Concur Travel?

    Clemson University has partnered with Anthony Travel (AT) and Concur to introduce Concur Travel and Expense, an online travel booking tool that complements our existing Concur system. This allows the University to streamline the travel process, offering an integrated 'one stop shop' for pre-approved travel requests, booking travel, and easily completed expense reports for quicker reimbursement. Concur also affords you the peace of mind knowing you are covered under the University’s Duty of Care to receive automated and two-way risk messaging built into the Concur system. Booking through the University's travel program ensures you can be supported by the University and/or our team of Anthony Travel agents should difficulties arise before or during your trip.

  • How do I update my "greyed out" profile information?

    Concur receives profile information directly from the documents provided by each employee to HR at the time of hire. Please ensure your information matches the documents provided to HR. If you are needing to update your HR documents you can find your HR service manager here. For other profile questions or concerns, email clemsontravel@clemson.edu.

  • What are the benefits of using Concur Travel and AT?

    By using Concur Travel & the Concur Mobile App you can:

    • Book and manage the majority of your University travel in one place with full access to published fares.
    • Access the University's discounted rates for airfare, hotel, and car rentals.
    • Maintain a secure online profile to store your TSA Pre-Check and frequent flyer numbers as well as other travel preferences and payment method.
    • Avoid sending PDF or paper copies of receipts to the travel administrator. E-receipts for flights, e-receipt eligible hotel and car rental vendors are sent directly to your Concur Expense profile. Plus, you can upload images of your receipts using the Concur Mobile App.
    • Ensure compliance as travel policies, procedures and contracts are built into the system, including nightly per diem rates for hotels by location and Fly America Act.
    • Accurately track and use unused ticket credits, including reminders as credit expirations approach.
    • Receive travel updates alerts. Automated and two-way risk and safety messaging is available for all travelers who have booked travel using the Concur Travel system or AT.

    Additionally, here are some of the cost-savings and value-added benefits and services offered by AT directly and/or through the Concur Travel system:

    • Duty of Care monitoring to help get travelers to and from destinations safely
    • 24/7 customer service
    • Established relationships with airlines and hotels to better negotiate on our behalf
    • Lowest available airfares*
    • Rapid Re-pricing when fares or rates drop
    • Up to 20% off Best Available hotel rates and over 582,000 hotels in more than 7,500 cities around the world to choose from
    • Free quotes and online booking support
    • International Travel booking expertise through their International Rates Desk
    • Study Abroad, Meeting Management & Group (10+) Travel Services
    • Destination information and travel advisories
    • Passport and visa assistance

    *AT will provide the lowest logical airfare published and available at the time of booking, based on the traveler’s point of departure and arrival, stated itinerary and the company’s travel policy.

  • Are there any fees associated with Anthony Travel services?

    Yes, but they will be covered by the Procurement Department.

  • How do I sign into Concur Travel?

    In your web browser, type: concur.app.clemson.edu and sign in using your CU Single Sign-On. If trying to sign in on the concursolutions.com page, you must enter your CU email address which will redirect you to sign in through CU SSO.

  • What should I do the first time I log into Concur?

    The first time you log into Concur, you must update and save your Concur Profile before you first attempt to book a trip in Concur Travel. While updating your profile, please be sure to verify your email address and add your mobile device for safety messaging. Additionally, you will need to activate your E-Receipts. Check out the traveler guides page for additional information.

  • Will I be able to store frequent flyer or other loyalty program information?

    Yes, this is done in the online profile within Concur Travel under the Frequent Travelers Program section.  When linking your travel loyalty accounts, be sure that your travel loyalty accounts are using your clemson.edu email address in your travel loyalty account profile. That way, any out of Concur travel arrangements will automatically send your e-invoice over to Concur for reimbursement. For step-by-step instructions on how to add your loyalty account, review Step Nine in the "Accessing and Updating Your Travel Profile" guidelines.

  • What happens if I need help with Concur?
    • If it is a system issue contact the helpdesk at clemsontravel@clemson.edu between 7:30 am – 4:30pm EST M-F, or by emailing Anthony Travel at clemsoncampustravel@clemson.edu or calling 864-656-8595.
    • If it is a booking issue contact Anthony Travel at 864-656-8595 between 7:30 am – 6:30pm EST, M-F to assist you. After Hours* Emergency Support is 888-669-3948 from 6:30pm – 7:30am EST, M-F, Weekends & Holidays. 
  • If Concur seems to be down, is there a way I can check the status of the system?

    Yes. Concur Open Dashboard provides a glimpse at system outages and interruptions. We are in the North America Data Center.

Flight Questions

  • What is the most efficient way to find the best schedule and price?

    The system is set up to default the results to “search by price”. If you cannot find the flight, you are looking for you can search by schedule which allows you to build your own itinerary. Under Trip Search, simply choose the appropriate drop-down before clicking Search on the main Concur Home Page. Search by Price displays flight options Concur Travel suggests you take based lowest cost, availability and company policy and may not show you all options or schedules.

  • What will happen if I purchase a fare that is labeled “out of policy” meaning not the lowest fare offered by Concur Travel?

    A fare purchased that is $200 more costly than the lowest logical fare offered within your search parameters will be considered out of policy. Upon selecting the higher airfare, as denoted by a Yellow triangle with an exclamation point next to the Fare button, you will be presented with a pop-up box and will be required to select a reason code from a drop down box. Your selected fare, along with the less expensive alternatives that were presented to you, will be listed on an Exception Report which will be provided monthly to the University’s Travel Service department. It is recommended that the traveler or travel arranger be prepared to provide an after-the-fact explanation, if requested to do so.

  • Does Concur issue my airline ticket?

    No, Concur only creates the reservation. AT processes the ticket/invoice to ensure all information is captured for company purposes and quality controls the trip for accuracy.

     

  • How are unused tickets tracked?  How are they used?

    When you log into Concur Travel, you should see any unused tickets in the Alerts section at the top of the main Home Page. Additionally, you should see them in your profile as well as in the air search results matrix. If you have an unused ticket, on the Trip Booking Information page there is a dropdown to indicated that you wish to use your unused ticket credits. This will alert Anthony Travel to apply your credit. Remember unused ticket credits are airline specific and can only be applied against purchases from the same airline.

  • Can I link my frequent flyer/loyalty accounts in Concur?
    Yes. When linking your travel loyalty accounts, through Concur’s App Center, be sure that your travel loyalty accounts are using your clemson.edu email address in your travel loyalty account profile. That way, any out of Concur travel arrangements will automatically send your e-invoice over to Concur for reimbursement. For step-by-step instructions on how to add your loyalty account, review Step Nine in the "Accessing and Updating Your Travel Profile" guidelines.
  • What is this "New Fare System" for American Airlines?

    In April, American Airlines implemented a new system, which distributes its fares to all third party consolidators (such as Expedia and  Orbitz) and all corporate travel systems ( including Concur), called the New Distribution Capability (NDC). Although we expect that the NDC will become the new industry standard in an unregulated airfare system environment, this rapid change by American Airlines was not coordinated with third-party consolidators, corporate travel systems and software companies, which must now work to update their systems to align with NDC.  

    As a result of American Airlines’ shift to the NDC, travelers may see fluctuations in pricing with American Airlines fares through the fall of 2023. If you want to travel with American Airlines during this time, you should contact Anthony Travel agents via phone or email for assistance, instead of booking directly through the Concur online booking tool. Anthony Travel agents will be able to assist with the best pricing during this time.

Rental Car Questions

  • When I search rental cars in Concur, the results show multiple vendors, does it matter which vendor I choose?

    Yes, Enterprise/National is Clemson’s contracted vendor where available. Our contracted rates, which include Collision Damage Waiver (CDW) fees, are loaded into Concur. If you must rent a vehicle from another car vendor due to Enterprise/National unavailability, you may choose another vendor notated with the yellow exception triangle and choose the appropriate reason code. Additionally, you should purchase CDW as it is not included in the rental price shown for other vendors. It is recommended that the traveler or travel arranger be prepared to provide an after-the-fact explanation, if requested to do so.

  • Can I add a car to an airline reservation after it is booked?

    Yes. To add or modify a car, click the name of the trip you wish to modify in the My Trips section of the Concur Home Page. From the Travel Details page, in the Trip Overview section you can Add a Car to the existing trip. If you add the car separately and not to an existing trip, your itinerary items will not be consolidated into a single itinerary which can cause issues. There is no fee to add a rental car reservation to an existing trip.

  • Where is the Enterprise Office?

    Clemson Branch
    Located on the Clemson University main campus behind Fike Gym:
    220 Service Drive
    Clemson, SC 29634
    Hours: Monday – Friday, 8:00AM – 5:00PM (Attendant present only during active rentals) The Clemson campus location does NOT offer “pickup service.”

    Seneca, SC Branch
    204 Bypass 123
    Seneca, SC 29678-0824
    Branch Phone #: (864) 888-1115
    Branch Email: EnterpriseRentACar-265N@ehi.com
    Hours: Monday – Friday, 8:00AM – 6:00PM and Saturday, 9:00AM – 12:00PM

    All rental vehicles need to be picked up during the above hours and rental charges begin upon the traveler taking possession of the vehicle’s keys unless other arrangements are agreed upon as outlined below.

  • Can a vehicle be picked up outside of normal operating hours?

    If you need to leave for a trip prior to the office opening, you may pick up the keys to the vehicle the night before your trip (between 4-4:30PM). Rentals beginning over the weekend requires a 2-day minimum charge, and keys may be picked up Friday between 4-4:30PM

    IT IS THE RENTER’S RESPONSIBILITY TO NOTIFY THE ENTERPRISE REPRESENTATIVE OF THEIR ACTUAL REQUIRED PICK-UP TIME – i.e. CALL AND SPEAK WITH SOMEONE AS ONLINE SYSTEM DOES NOT ALLOW YOU TO RESERVE OUTSIDE OF HOURS.

  • What if I need to return a vehicle after Enterprise is closed?

    Both the Seneca and the Clemson locations have a drop box. The Seneca office drop box is located on the right side of the building. The Clemson office drop box is located inside the fence in the right corner. You may park the vehicle anywhere on the lot and place the keys in the drop box. The vehicle will be checked in at the beginning of the next business day.

    If there is a change in the return time when the office is closed, please email EnterpriseRentACar-26CU@ehi.com or leave a note with the keys so the charges can be adjusted accordingly. In the event the vehicle will be returning over the weekend, it is the renter’s responsibility to state when they will be dropping the vehicle to an Enterprise representative prior to the vehicle check in.

  • Do I have insurance coverage through the university contract with Enterprise?

    Yes. The Clemson contract includes full Damage Waiver (DW) and Liability Protection that alleviates travelers from financial responsibility for loss or damage to the rental vehicle. This coverage is applied automatically when using the Clemson account number XZ26087 and only applies to business use rentals in the U.S. and Puerto Rico. No additional coverages are required. IF YOU DO NOT USE THE ACCOUNT AND RENT AS A CLEMSON BUSINESS RENTAL, YOU WILL NOT HAVE INSURANCE COVERAGE.

  • Will Enterprise pick me up?

    Yes. If you need Enterprise to pick you up, please make your reservation, then call your local Enterprise office directly to work out your pick-up. The pick-up/delivery service is NOT available at the Clemson campus location.

  • Who are the approved drivers?

    University employees above the age of 18 with a valid driver’s license are approved drivers. On infrequent occasions, there may be a need for non-University employees or students to drive rental vehicles in support of Clemson University official business, i.e. a permissive user. Any such driver, not a University employee or student, must be accompanied by a University employee. An example would be when there is conference attended by a Clemson University employee when accompanied by an employee of another University. If a University employee does not accompany a permissive user, the University department making the reservation request must provide the rental vehicle vendor with written documentation about the nature of the request, prior to the vehicle rental.

    Also, in accordance with contracts between Clemson University and contractors for the University Bookstore (Barnes & Noble) and University Dining Services (ARAMARK), these contractors are authorized to rent vehicles from Enterprise at the University rate to meet their commitments to Clemson. Billing will be directly to these contractors.

    If a driver needs to be added, you can stop by any Enterprise office in any state and add a driver. The driver will need to provide an Enterprise Representative their driver’s license.

  • Explain campus parking with the rental vehicles.

    Renters have 2 options for parking rental vehicles on campus. The University has requested that travelers use their own campus parking permits and place them in the rental vehicle. If a traveler does not have a personal permit, University Parking Services has provided Enterprise Rent-A-Car hang tags to distribute for campus parking for the rental period. These tags must be returned upon return of rental vehicle.

    During football home games all vehicles must be removed from the Enterprise lot prior to Saturday games. All vehicles left on lot will be towed. For vehicles being returned on Saturday, they must be returned to the Seneca location. If returning a vehicle on a Clemson game day (occasionally Thursdays), you must return to the Seneca location. If towed, this will fall on the responsibility of the renter.

  • How can I obtain payment information or a copy of a receipt for my toll charges?

    Go to https://www.htallc.com/tollpass to access the Highway Toll Administration website.

    Once on the site, in the lower right-hand corner you will find an option that states: "View Receipt and Online Payment Options." After you have clicked the "Learn More" button, you will be taken to the "Locate Your Statement" page.

    To locate your statement for a specific rental, you can enter your Last Name and the Contract (or Rental Agreement) number. Then click on "Find Statement." If you do not know the Contract number, you can use your Last Name and the first six digits and last four digits of your credit card number. Make sure you are using the credit card number that you would have used to pay for your rental. Then click on “Find Statement”.

  • What if I need to make a cancellation?

    If you must cancel an existing reservation, please provide at least a 24-hour notice. There is no cancellation fee; however, a cancellation notice is very helpful in allowing Enterprise to better serve all University travelers.

  • How are parking tickets handled?

    Travelers are responsible for any parking tickets or moving violations received during the rental period.

  • What do I do if I need emergency road service?

    Customers in need of emergency road service in the United States and Canada may call a dedicated 24-hour roadside assistance line. Instructions for contacting the roadside assistance line are included in the rental agreement provided at the counter.

    Emergency road service is available to assist renters when they lose their keys, get flat tires, are involved in accidents, or experience mechanical failure.

    Enterprise 24-Hour Roadside Assistance 1.800.367.6767 OR 1.800.307.6666

Hotel Questions

  • What if I need to book a conference hotel for a meeting or industry event?

    Conferences and meetings generally have hotel rooms blocked at privately negotiated contract rates between the hotel and conference/meeting holder. These special contract rates cannot be loaded into our Concur Travel system and therefore, you should follow the meeting organizer instructions for making reservations.  Feel free to check pricing in Concur to compare rates and book whichever is cheaper.

  • I am flying into one airport but need my car/hotel in a different location. How do I make the reservations?

    In your Trip Search do not choose a car/hotel while filling in your cities/dates on the Home Page. Continue through Concur Travel as if you are just doing an air-only trip. Upon reserving your flight, you will be presented with the Travel Details page. From this page you have the option to click on the link to Add Car / Add Hotel or Cancel Car / Cancel Hotel. This will allow you to choose where you want the car/hotel and for how long.

  • Can I add a hotel to an airline reservation after it is booked?

    Yes. To add or modify a hotel, click the name of the trip you wish to modify in the My Trips section of the Concur Home Page. From the Travel Details page, in the Trip Overview section you can Add a Hotel to the existing trip. If you add the hotel separately and not to an existing trip, your itinerary items will not be consolidated into a single itinerary which can cause issues. There is no fee to add a hotel reservation to an existing trip.

  • Can I link my loyalty rewards programs in Concur (ie Hilton Honors)?
    Yes. When linking your travel loyalty accounts, through Concur’s App Center, be sure that your travel loyalty accounts are using your clemson.edu email address in your travel loyalty account profile. That way, any out of Concur travel arrangements will automatically send your e-invoice over to Concur for reimbursement. For step-by-step instructions on how to add your loyalty account, review Step Nine in the "Accessing and Updating Your Travel Profile" guidelines.
  • Can I book a non-refundable hotel room?
    No, non-refundable hotel rooms are not allowed to be booked. 

Miscellaneous Booking Questions

  • Is there a mobile App?

    Yes. Concur Mobile is available for iPhone, and Android devices. It can be used to book travel, review trip itineraries & expenses, and submit receipts while traveling. It can also be used by Approvers to approve Requests and Expense Reports.

  • Where can I see my itinerary?

    You can view your trip itinerary in Concur by selecting Travel from the menu at the top of the page and going to your Trip Library section.

  • Can someone else make my travel arrangements for me?

    Yes. You can assign access in your profile to as many Travel Arrangers as needed. Go to your Profile and either scroll to the page to the “Assistants and Travel Arrangers” box or click “Assistants/Arrangers” from the My Profile menu on the left side of the page. Click Add an Assistant to add the person who you would like to authorize to book your travel. This person can update your profile, make any travel arrangements for you, and view upcoming your trips.

  • What if I need to change existing booking?

    To maintain travel booking visibility for Duty of Care monitoring and communication purposes, you can add, change, or cancel a Flight, Hotel or Car Reservation online through Concur Travel or by calling Anthony Travel.

    Flight changes:

    • Flight changes that include a single carrier can be made online in Concur until you have checked into your flight. If you booked using multiple carriers, you must call Anthony Travel at 864-656-8595 between 7:30am - 6:30pm EST to assist you with the changes.
      • AFTER HOURS Emergency Support is 888-669-3948 from 6:30pm - 7:30am EST, M-F, Weekends & Holidays.
    • For a ticketed flight for which you have not checked into, you can change the time and/or date of the flight in Concur. Your change options will be with the same airline and routing. Airline and/or routing changes need to made directly with AT. Please note an airline change fee may apply and you will incur an Agent Fee as this is essentially a new ticket.
    • If a change needs to be made after you have already checked into your flight and the trip is in progress, you will need to contact AT at 864-656-8595.
    • Trips booked outside of Concur Travel or AT cannot be modified in Concur or with AT.

    Hotel changes:

    • Check the hotel cancellation policy to ensure you are changing or cancelling within the cancellation timeline to avoid fees or penalties. Contact AT to assist with cancellations within the cancellation penalty period.
  • What is the Clemson Air Card?
    Clemson University's Air Card is the preferred way for Clemson faculty, staff and student employees to pay for airline tickets.  Use the Clemson Air Card for booking airline travel in Concur or with an Anthony Travel Agent. After you select your flight in Concur, the Clemson Air Card will be an option to choose in the payment section.

Expense Questions

  • Is student travel or student reimbursements processed through Concur?

    If the student is employed by Clemson and their travel or reimbursement is related to the work they are being paid for performing, then yes, their travel/reimbursement should be in Concur and follow the process as any other employee.  If they are truly traveling or seeking reimbursement for a non-work related expense, then that should be entered directly in PSFT STDNT as always.  Part of the confusion on this  split comes because of how we try to allow the use of a P-card for student travel.  Whether the student is traveling for work or student related activities, we allow students to use the P-card for expenses that normal employees can’t use.  We are adding the following clarification to the Student Travel Guidelines website:  Job-related travel for a student employee (i.e. grad research assistant), is to be treated as student travel when using the p-card. The purpose of the student’s travel must be considered when submitting reimbursement. For job-related travel, Concur will be used. For student-related travel STDNT vouchers will be used.

  • How will a visitor reimbursement be handled through Concur? Is there a registration process?
    There is no registration process.  To the individual seeking reimbursement, the process will be the same process for that person as they do currently – the dept will gather the appropriate details, receipts, etc…  The change will be in how the dept processes that.  There will be no more entering through buyWays; the dept end user will enter it in Concur as a reimbursement for a visitor.  The Concur process will ask for the required information and ultimately process the voucher for payment in PSFT.
  • Will there be P-Card information in Concur like there is Works? (Credit limit, balance, authorization log, etc…)

    No, Concur will not have that information.  Our plans are to leave WORKS open for a while and then maybe leave it open forever for Liaisons to get some information like that that they may use.  It is really TBD at this point as we need to better understand what information and how folks use that information from WORKS.  However, at this time, we can confirm those details will not be in Concur.

  • Where are the account codes (6XXX, 7XXX) located in Concur?
    Account codes have been removed and replaced with just the expense type categories/names. Concur will use the expense type selected to allocate the charges to the appropriate account code in Peoplesoft. When you reference a Concur report in Peoplesoft you will be able to see the account code each expense was charged to.
  • Will charges default in Concur after the second Friday of each month?
    There are NO defaults in Concur. If a cardholder does not submit their P-Card report in Concur by the deadline, then their charges remain in Concur. Those charges will stay in Concur and not processed until the cardholder submits the report, although if allocated, reports can be run to see these pending, not yet processed, charged in Concur.  Failure by the cardholder to submit reports on time will result in suspension of their P-Card or loss of P-Card for repeated offenses.
  • When do we submit expense reports?
    P-Card Expense Reports are submitted ONCE per month after the billing cycle closes. Employee and Guest/Visitor Reimbursements can be submitted as needed.  Travel Expense Reports need to be submitted after the trip is completed.  As with unprocessed P-Card reports, if charges are allocated in Concur, reporting can be done on charges that are pending in Concur at any time.
  • Do we have to wait until the billing cycle closes to create our p-card expense report?
    NO! You can create your report, add charges and receipts, and even allocate charges all month long. It’s best practice to work on charges daily/weekly so that you aren’t scrambling at the end of the month to complete the report.  We are asking that the cardholder only submit the report monthly (except in situations where a project is closing out or other extenuating circumstances).
  • If I am a liaison for multiple p-card holders, do I need to create a separate report for each user?
    Yes, if you are assisting a P-Card holder with their charges in Concur you will log in and act on behalf of that user. This can only happen if the card holder has delegated permission to you in their Concur profile settings. You will have to act on behalf of each of your cardholders to create reports and add charges in their Concur profiles.
  • I am an approver (supervisor or cost object/business officer), can I change expense types on a user's submitted report?
    No.  Only the report creator can modify the expense type.  If an expense type needs to be changed, the report will need to be returned.

Travel Policy and Procedures FAQs

The categories below contain answers to several Travel Policy and Procedures related Frequently Asked Questions

If your travel policy and procedure related questions are not answered below, please contact Clemson Travel at clemsontravel@clemson.edu or Clemson Disbursements at disbursements@clemson.edu

Travel - General

  • Why Concur?
    Clemson University has partnered with Anthony Travel and Concur to introduce a new Travel and Expense Tool.  Clemson University's travel program allows the University to streamline the travel process by offering an integrated one stop shop for pre-approved travel requests, discounted travel bookings, and easily completed expense reports for quicker reimbursements. Booking through Concur gives you access to travel discounts, guides your travel purchases based on policy, and ensures you are supported by the University and our team of Anthony Travel agents should difficulties arise before or during your trip. Additionally, it affords you the peace of mind knowing you are covered under the University’s Duty of Care to receive automated and two-way risk messaging built into the system.
  • Do I need to determine what funding I’m using now or when I return from traveling?

    Funding needs to be determined for Concur Travel Requests before booking travel.

  • Why do I need to document my personal days vs business days when traveling?

    Per IRS regulations, travelers whose travel is primarily for personal reasons where less than 50% of the time is spent on “official business,” may only be reimbursed or have expenses paid that are directly related to the business. Transportation to or from the destination city may not be paid.

  • If personal days exceed business days, will it impact my reimbursement?

    Yes.  Per IRS regulations, travelers whose travel is primarily for personal reasons where less than 50% of the time is spent on “official business” may only be reimbursed or have expenses paid that are directly related to the business. Transportation to or from the destination city may not be paid.

  • What is Clemson’s Duty of Care requirement?

    Institutions like Clemson assume a duty of care for their employees. While employees travel worldwide, Clemson needs to remain positioned to quickly and successfully support traveling employees should a situation warrant such care.

    For this purpose, Clemson will maintain a centralized awareness by having faculty and staff report their itineraries. Even travelers utilizing an exception to the travel rule are required to email their final itinerary to clemsontravel@clemson.edu prior to travel to qualify for reimbursement.

  • Why is business purpose for travel and supporting documentation required?

    To determine allowability on University and Research funds.

Travel Expenses – General

  • What expenses can be prepaid for travel?

    Using a P-Card, many expenses can be prepaid.  Some examples include registration, airfare, and shuttles. 

    If personal funds are used to pre-pay any expenses, reimbursement cannot be made prior to the completion of the trip.  Because of this, P-Cards are encouraged for expenses requiring prepayment.

     

  • What documentation is often needed to process travel?

    All travel expenses paid or reimbursed must be fully substantiated and support a Clemson University business purpose. The Concur system is designed to capture information such as a business purpose, attendees, beginning and end destination, receipts, etc. The traveler will be required to provide this information when creating an expense report in Concur.

  • Can I purchase Wi-Fi or internet access to conduct University business?

    Yes

Travel Expenses – Transportation (Flying, Driving, Car Rental)