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Register a Trip using MyTrips Tool

In support of Stanford's actions to respond to the spread of COVID-19, we encourage anyone who is planning travel to register their itinerary, both domestic and international travel.

Travel registration allows Stanford to contact you and offer assistance in the event of a major emergency or changing circumstances related to your travel destination.

If you have booked your trip through Stanford Travel (e.g. Egencia, Casto, United Corporate Direct, or Anthony), your itinerary is automatically registered and you do not need to submit through MyTrips.

 

Stanford Travelers: Create your MyTrips account / Log-in

What is MyTrips?

MyTrips is a tool from International SOS. Once you create a MyTrips account, registering your travel is as easy as forwarding an itinerary confirmation from your Stanford email address to StanfordTravel@itinerary.internationalsos.com. In addition to flight itineraries, you can register hotel, car rental, and train bookings. Enter as much detail regarding your trip as possible (all flight segments, lodging, transportation) and revise any information as necessary.

If you are sending an itinerary on a traveler's behalf, please send the email to the traveler’s Stanford email address and cc StanfordTravel-TO@itinerary.internationalsos.com. Your traveler should still create a MyTrips account.

As a benefit, travelers that register a trip will receive an ISOS Pre-Trip Advisory email with information and links relevant to their destination countries.

Getting Started:

Registration on MyTrips involves two processes: 1) Create a MyTrips Profile (or updating an existing one) and then 2) Create a New Trip. The traveler must have an account in MyTrips to submit their trip itinerary. 

To get started with MyTrips, download a set of instructions with screenshots here: International SOS MyTrips Instructions

 

If you experience any issues with forwarding an itinerary or with MyTrips, please contact Natalie Chang (nataliec@stanford.edu).