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Export Control

Export Control regulations protect US national interests by controlling the export of sensitive equipment, technology, and information. These regulations cover a whole range of activities on campus, including international visitors, travel abroad, collaborative research activities with international partners, hiring foreign nationals, and financial transactions or shipping to international locations.

When to Check for Export Controls

  • When you invite international visitors to campus—use International Visitors Checklist
  • When you travel abroad with research (chemicals, biology specimens, equipment) or controlled physical items (laptops, cellphones)—use International Travel Checklist
  • When you send financial transactions to an international country, corporation, or individual—contact Business Office
  • When you ship to international locations—use International Shipping Checklist
  • When you conduct research projects that involve collaborations with Foreign Persons or foreign countries—contact Research Compliance Office
  • When you hire foreign nationals—contact Human Resources
  • When you advise or teach international students who reside outside the US in a sanctioned country—contact Research Compliance Office 

To maintain compliance to Export Control regulations, please use the checklists to identify any potential export control risks. Contact the Research Compliance Office for more information on Export Controls.

  • 7101 University Ave
  • Texarkana, TX 75503
  • p: 903.223.3000
  • f: 903.223.3104
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