What is the difference between a Travel Card and a Procard?

Travel cards are used only for travel-related expenses, and payment (or lack thereof) impacts an individual’s personal credit history. Payment is through the travel reimbursement process, so turning in trip expense forms promptly should be a priority. Procards are used for a variety of expenses other than travel, and are paid by default by the University, except in case of dispute. Note that there are a number of other restrictions on Procard purchasing, so when in doubt, please check the Procard Manual before making a purchase. 

For more information on Travel Cards.

For more information on Procards.