poliksa wrote: Mackgal wrote:
Legalstudent111 wrote:Anyone have word on Ucla?
"UCLA is a 200$ reimbursement on flights only"
Where did you find this info? I must have missed it!
I emailed them to secure mine.
We would be happy to offer you a $200 travel stipend reimbursement to attend the Welcome Reception on March 6. You will also need to RSVP for the Reception online. Please confirm with me that you would like me to reserve the funds for you. In addition, please make sure you read the statement below carefully prior to purchasing your airline ticket to ensure a stipend reimbursement.
Per our Business & Finance Office at UCLA School of Law, you must provide an itemized receipt and proof of payment for your airfare expenses. The receipt is normally the itinerary provided by the airline and it must include your name, the travel dates, destination (to Los Angeles to visit UCLA Law and back to your home address), and the cost of the airfare (up to $200.00 USD). The proof of payment may be in the form of a flight itinerary showing the last four numbers of your credit card, or a redacted bank statement. You must also pay for your own travel expenses; we cannot reimburse you if someone else purchases your airfare and we cannot reimburse someone who is not an official guest of UCLA. Airfare should be purchased separately from other travel items because we cannot reimburse you for “package deals” (booking airfare, hotel, car, etc. together). We also aren’t able to reimburse you for the purchase of miles used towards your airfare and can only reimburse a direct purchase of airfare. Reimbursements must be submitted after the travel is complete (but within 21 days of your arrival back home). I will provide the reimbursement form closer to the date of your visit. We look forward to seeing you!"