SFASU Foreign Travel Policy: Official university business travel to any foreign country other than Canada or Mexico requires advance written approval from the president of the university. To be considered for approval, foreign travel must be directly related to the university's mission and must require a duty that cannot be performed without the travel.
A completed online Travel Request must be approved at all the appropriate administrative levels in sufficient time to be reviewed and approved by the president prior to the date of departure.
- Currency Exchange Calculator:
Base currency is U.S. Dollars. Includes exchange rates for the European
Currency Unit (Eurodollar).
- Consular Affairs: Travel
Warnings/Consular, Info Sheets, Travel Publications, Passport Information,
Visa Services, Vital Records Services, Judicial Assistance, U.S. Embassy
and Consulate Websites Worldwide and many other important information sources.
- U.S. Customs:
The U.S. Customs Service is to ensure that all goods and persons entering
and exiting the United States do so in accordance with all United States
laws and regulations. This site will give important information on these
- U.S. State Department: Global issues,
regional affairs, hot topics, remarks, testimony, and briefings. Latest
information on political status in foreign countries.
- European International Road Signs
And Conventions: This is an unofficial collection of European road sign
conventions and rules. It also contains many links for country specific
- Foreign Embassy Listing:
The Electronic Embassy provides information on each of the embassies in
Washington D.C., with links to Web-based resources where available.
- Euro Travel Guide: An assortment
of information to help the first time traveller to Europe. Reviews of cheap
places to stay, fun hostels list, packing list, medical issues, safety & security, currencies, railpass information and maps, Eurorail information.
• Lynnette Honea (936) 468-2462 • fax: (936) 468-2207
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