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Controller's Office

Travel Card

The Travel Card (T-Card) is a University credit card used by eligible employees for certain business travel expenses.  A cardholder must obtain legible receipts for all T-Card charges regardless of amount.  Charges are exempt from Florida sales tax, utilizing the University’s Sales Tax Exemption Certificate.  Misuse of the T-Card may result in card suspension, cancelation, or employee termination depending on the severity of the violation.

Always carry another means of payment when using the T-Card in case it declines due to card limits or merchant issues. To report a lost or stolen card, contact Wells Fargo immediately at 1-800-932-0036 (for travelers within the United States).  For travelers outside of the United States, call collect at 1-612-332-2224.  In addition, please notify Travel Card Services at travel@fsu.edu or (850) 644-3943.

 

Travel Card Limits

Standard Limits

 

Per Transaction

$3,000

Per Day

$4,000

Increased Limits*

 

Per Transaction

Temporary or permanent as determined by necessity

Per Day

Temporary or permanent as determined by necessity

*Requires Dean, Director, or Department Head (DDDHC) written approval. Email to dmyrick@fsu.edu.

 

Allowable Business Expenses

  • Lodging
  • Air Travel
  • Checked/Excess Baggage Fees
  • Travel Agency Fee
  • Car Rental
  • Gasoline (Rental or University Vehicle)
  • Taxi and Taxi Tips (up to 15%)
  • Parking
  • Conference/Convention Registration Fee
  • Telephone Calls
  • Internet Service

 

T-Card Roles

Applicants

 

Cardholders

 

Travel Representatives

 

Contact Us

Derrick Myrick T-Card Administrator (850) 644 - 3943 dmyrick@fsu.edu
Jennifer Pittman T-Card Admin Back-up (850) 644 - 9410 jpittman@fsu.edu
Carla Daniels T-Card Admin Back-up (850) 644 - 1851 ccdaniels@fsu.edu
Joy Henderson T-Card Admin Back-up (850) 644 - 5481 jhenderson3@fsu.edu

 

Purchasing Card (P-Card)

In addition to the Travel Card, the University also offers a Purchasing Card. Visit the P-Card Website to learn more about the Purchasing Card.