Corporate Travel Card
Travel charge cards are available to full-time and part-time faculty and staff who travel more than twice a year. The travel card provides a means of charging expenses incurred while conducting official State business. Students are not eligible to participate in the travel card program.
Full information on travel cards can be found in procedure 6-730, Corporate Travel Card.
Corporate Travel Employee Agreement (revised February 2011)
Corporate Travel Charge Cardholders are required to complete an annual Employee Agreement. New applicants must complete the Corporate Travel Employee Agreement and send the original to the Program Administrator before the application can be approved and submitted to the Bank of America.
Send completed agreements to:
Corporate Travel Card Program Administrator
Office of Finance
Old Dominion University
Norfolk, VA 23529
- Annual cardholder training is required. Cardholders will be notified when the training is available. Failure to complete the training will result in the card being temporarily suspended.
New Policies (Bank of America Corporate Travel Card)
- Delinquency - The cardholder's account will be temporarily suspended if the account is more than 61 days past due. The cardholder's account will be permanently closed and the outstanding delinquent balance will be deducted from the cardholder's paycheck per the Employee Agreement, if the account is more than 91 days past due. This will occur regardless of whether or not reimbursement for travel costs has occurred.
- Maintaining card delivery/statement delivery address - Cardholders are responsible for maintaining their card delivery and statement billing address (home address only) with Bank of America. The Program Administrator can no longer maintain the address.
- Credit Check - A soft credit check will be performed on the employee applying for a travel card to obtain a current credit score. A soft credit check is defined as a request for credit score but it does not log on the employee's credit. Your credit score will determine the credit limit on your card. Travel cycle limits are $1,000 (light traveler, $1,500 (moderate traveler), $2,500 (frequent traveler), $5,000 (constant traveler). If you wish to have a limit greater than the maximum of $5,000, you must contact the Program Administrator. A request will be submitted to the Department of Accounts for approval and then forwarded to Bank of America for a soft credit approval.
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Backup Program Administrators
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