Forms and Processes for College Sponsored Student Travel
TR1 and TR2/TR3 must be submitted at least 3 weeks in advance to the Office of Student Life for approval. Forms must be originals with a physical signature from advisor/sponsor submitting the document.
Once approved, it is the advisor/sponsor's responsibility to submit any updated rosters, TR4's and Hold Harmless Agreements for students to the Administrative Assistant of the Vice President of Student Success. This must be done before departure.
If advisor/sponsor plans to drive a rental vehicle, see Other Information Regarding Vehicle Usage and Student Travel section.
Before the Trip - Advisors complete the following forms:
Request for Approval of College Sponsored Student Travel (TR 1)
Trip Plan and Trip Roster (TR2/TR3)
Send an email to the Student Life Program Manager requesting travel approval (include expense, dates and nature of travel)
Travel Authorization in iStar
Send the email approval from Student Life Program manager to your HR supervisor so that he/she may approve your TA
Before the Trip - Students complete the following forms:
Participant Release (TR4) Please Note: Witnesses must be a full-time or part-time employee of LSCS.
Participant's Hold Harmless Agreement (Carpool Form) - Form must be completed by each student participant. Please Note: Witnesses must be a full-time or part-time employee of LSCS.
Sample Statement of Commitment and Behavior (This is not a required form...just one that has been used in the past by the Office of Student Activities. You can copy and paste it, and tailor it to suit your group's needs)
Attach a sheet with information about the event/ conference/ tournament the group is requesting to attend.
After the Trip - Advisors submit the following (as needed):
Anyone who wishes to rent a vehicle for school sponsored travel must first get permission from the campus president via email. The approval email should be submitted to the Program Coordinator of Student Life.
Make sure to print out important paperwork for out of town trips.
Be aware of all school rules and regulations.