Processing of Reimbursements
To receive reimbursement for travel expenses, you will need to submit an expense report electronically through the Concur system. Be sure to include a copy of your award letter. Faculty are expected to process their own reimbursements; program assistants have been trained on this and can provide assistance, but processing awards for all faculty is outside of the scope of their job. Expense reports must be submitted within 10 days of the completion of travel. Applicants who fail to do so may be restricted from receiving future TDF funds. If you do not yet have Concur access or know how to use it, you can find instructions here and a tutorial here.
For expenses incurred overseas (rarely supported by TDF) please include original receipts (or quotes) in the country’s currency with an expense report completed in US dollars. When converting to US dollars for international travel, the University requires that receipts be converted on the day of the expense or final bill. Please go online to one of the converters and be sure to include the exact date of conversions (and not the current day’s date). Each conversion for each receipt must have a printed copy of the conversion from the online converter submitted with the receipt.
The expense type to use for food is Meal Allotment 716430, and no receipt is required. Instead, attach the TDF award letter in the meal receipt area.
Reimbursement is typically by direct deposit into your bank account. If you have not set this up, please download a reimbursement direct deposit form and email the competed form to firstname.lastname@example.org. Note that this form is different from the direct deposit form for salary.
Purchasing airline tickets without using a personal credit card is an option for faculty. This is done with the assistance of the CAS Office of Operations, which uses a “ghost P-card” for airline tickets. Please contact Sharon Li (email@example.com) or Dan Dao (firstname.lastname@example.org) for details.