Travel Office

Important COVID-19 Information for Travel
Information about COVID-19 and the university’s response is available at www.marshall.edu/coronavirus. We have also set up an e-mail address, COVID19@marshall.edu, for students or employees who have questions about general university procedures related to the virus or these changes to the university calendar.

These forms are so we can monitor our travel footprint. Domestic travel is being evaluated on a case-by-case basis.

We are committed to providing you with an efficient and worry free travel experience. Our office is in charge of creating your travel authorization, travel booking needs and settlement. We are happy to announce large changes happening for travel within the Marshall University Family. Please check this site often for the latest updates. This will be used for all State, MURC and Foundation travel at this juncture.  Athletic travel will continue with their current processes.

For general travel questions for faculty, staff and student travel please email travel@marshall.edu

For general travel questions for candidate travel please email: candidate-travel@marshall.edu

Important Update Regarding Reimbursement
As of 12/5/2018 the State of WV will only be cutting vendor checks on Mondays. To receive your reimbursement quicker, we urge you to complete the Travel Direct Deposit 0219. This is separate from your payroll direct deposit and can only be completed for faculty and staff. Students are not allowed to be set up through this process. Please turn this form and a voided check to Accounts Payable located in Old Main 203. This should be done prior to your travel as it takes a few weeks to take effect.

Travel Forms and Info for University Sponsored Travel (Not Personal Travel)

To start your travel with us today, please complete the appropriate form below. If you are a student worker, you still have to fill out the student pre-travel form. The forms below are NOT the forms for the COVID-19 Database. These for only for university sponsored travel, not personal.

Virtual Conference Form

Faculty and Staff (Non-Student)

Students (Including Student Work Positions)

Candidate

Driver Training needs completed once a year in order to claim mileage, use a rental or use a MU Fleet car. We have found the training works best with Internet Explorer, Firefox and Edge. Please do not use Google Chrome for this training. Please also retain a copy of the certificate for your records.

Updated Marshall Travel Procedures

Contact Us

Travel Office
308 Old Main
Marshall University
1 John Marshall Drive
Huntington, WV, 25755

Email: General Inquiries
Facsimile: 304-696-5776
Telephone: 304-696-5717
Alternate: 304-696-5716
Directory: Travel Staff

Campus Travel Profile

Visit Campus Travel Portal
  • Toll-Free: 877-394-9941
  • Office hours for FCM Campus New York: M-F 8:00am – 8:00 pm ET
  • Emergency Travel Center open outside business hours and on weekends
  • Emergency Access Code: 3TIH

Before You Travel