Employees of academic institutions travel the globe in an effort to improve the livelihood of the world’s citizens. Whether by air, rail, rental car, bus, or ship, they journey to advance research, expand and improve instruction, engage in collaborations, compete in athletic events, provide services, foster inventions, and resolve crises.
Sponsors of SCTEM gain access to academic administrators who seek to discover best-practices that support their institutional missions. Specifically, administrators participate in SCTEM to network with colleagues and travel-related suppliers, benchmark institutional expenditure policies and practices, facilitate the negotiation of supplier contracts, and gain knowledge and develop professionally.
Since its inception by Indiana University in 1986, SCTEM has attracted administrators from all 50 US States and almost every Canadian Province. The Society is of service to institutions from all Carnegie Classes (research, vocational, medical, community colleges, etc.), both the public and private sector, and all intercollegiate athletic conferences (PAC 10, Big 10, etc.). The Society also attracts participants from local, state, and the federal government agencies.
Contributions to SCTEM are tax-deductible. SCTEM is hosted by Michigan State University, which is a not-for-profit, 501 (c).
Please click on the link below to download our complete guide inviting suppliers to sponsor SCTEM.
Suppliers interested in supporting the educational efforts made possible through SCTEM can contact the SCTEM Executive Director for additional information:
Society of Collegiate Travel & Expense Management
University Travel Manager
Michigan State University