Stace Hall | University Advancement | 10 September 2007
For some members of the BYU-Hawaii community, registering travel arrangements through the now decade-old campus travel office is, well, the only way to fly.
"I've been here for eight years. I travel about five or six times each year, mostly international, and I travel exclusively through the travel office. [The staff] will make any reservation for you, they'll try to get the best price for you. It's a great service," said Michael Sudlow, assistant dean for international admissions.
The travel office handles corporate and personal travel needs for the university. This includes arrangements for students, staff, alumni, and visitors. The office also grants requests for entities with ties to BYU-Hawaii, including the Polynesian Cultural Center, the Laie Hawaii Temple, Hawaii Reserves Incorporated, and the LDS Church office in Honolulu.