All rates for airport transportation are subject to change. Please be aware that the university does not have the resources to meet nor transport students on an individual basis.
As an international student studying in the U.S., you may want to travel around the U.S. or abroad while on breaks. When traveling inside the U.S., it is always advised that students and scholars carry a passport and I-20/DS-2019 with them. If asked for identification, these are the most helpful documents you can have. Of course, keep them in a safe place and make sure to have copies of these in case documents are lost or stolen. If you are leaving the U.S., please continue reading.
Travel Outside of the U.S. and Reentry
Check the travel signature on your I-20 or DS-2019. Each signature is valid for one calendar year (except those on OPT, who need a signature every six months). You must have your I-20 or DS-2019 with you even for travel within the U.S. Make sure to carry
all I-20s or DS-2019s with you. Never throw any away—these documents show the “history” of your time in the U.S. and are required for changing status or applying for work permits. Allow two to three days for a renewed signature from the Office of
International Education (OIE).
Other Travel Information
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) has recently issued a travel alert to highlight countries where Zika virus is prevalent. For more information, visit the Health Service page.