Connexxus - UC's Online Booking Portal
- Watch the video - Benefits of Connexxus
- Am I required to use Connexxus?
- Are Connexxus more competitive than those I can get from booking directly or shopping online?
- Can I use my personal credit card when making reservations through Connexxus?
- May I book Southwest Wanna Get Away fares through a Connexxus travel agency?
- How do I contact a Connexxus travel agency?
- Why can’t I log in to Connexxus?
- I’m a frequent traveler. Is it possible to save my information to a profile to make the booking process more efficient?
Direct Bill - Charge Airfare Directly to UC
- Watch the video - How to Create a Direct Bill ID
- How often can I use my DBID?
- How to view a previously issued Direct Bill ID:
- How to create a Direct Bill ID:
- What do you need to create a Direct Bill ID?
- Where is a DBID accepted?
- Why create a Direct Bill?
- What is a Direct Bill ID?
- Who can create a Direct Bill?
- Can I be reimbursed for extra fees charged by airlines?
- I enjoy the amenities that come with a business-class or first-class seat. Will I be reimbursed if I purchase a higher-class ticket?
- Can I rent an intermediate size car? Economy size is too small.
- Can I use a shuttle service to the airport?
- I am attending a two-day conference in San Francisco. Can I be reimbursed for a hotel room to save commuting from my home in Berkeley? I will spend the evening hours networking with colleagues.
- Can I book a bundled travel package?
- What is the maximum I can spend for meals and lodging?
- I’m going to be on travel status less than 24 hours. Which expenses are eligible for reimbursement?
- Can I use emerging market services like Uber, Lyft, AirBnB?
- I prefer to drive rather than fly. Will I be reimbursed for the mileage?
- Can I be reimbursed for extra fees charged by hotels?
- I am going on a trip for business purposes, but would like to include some personal time while I’m there. What are the guidelines for combining business and personal travel?
- Where can I see the IRS guidelines and the University of California policy?