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SAP Concur

Learn about Concur, UC San Diego's application for managing Travel and Expense.

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SAP Concur (SSO)* is UC San Diego's application for processing Travel and Expense, opening unprecedented opportunities for UC San Diego to demonstrate best-in-class travel and expense solutions that align with the needs of higher education and related health systems.

The primary objectives of Concur Travel and Expense are to:

  • Introduce a single platform supporting all aspects of travel, expense, and card request
  • Produce a fully integrated travel and expense management system
  • Provide access to better reporting, enhanced functionality, and increased time savings

Through the build and implementation of the new platform, UC San Diego is truly leading the way in the evolving area of Travel and Expense for higher education.

Please use this link to access Concur.

Concur Processes

Please refer to the table below for more information on the different functions and uses of Concur.

Request Expense



Traveler Reimbursements

Travel & Entertainment Card Transactions (Travel) 

Payment to Non-Employee Payee (Travel Supplier)


Meetings & Entertainment (Events)



Reimbursement for Meetings & Entertainment/Events

 Travel & Entertainment Card Transactions (Entertainment)

Payment to Non-Employee Payee (Event Supplier)

University Card Programs

Travel & Entertainment Card

(New Card, Card Action)

Procurement Card

(New Card, Card Action)

Travel & Entertainment Card Transactions (Travel; Events)



Procurement Card Transactions

Payment Products & Non-PO Employee Reimbursements

Human Subject Compensation

(PI/Assigned Coordinator; Gift Card)

Gift Cards 


Employee Reimbursements 



Legacy Functions in New Systems

Concur is replacing the following legacy systems:

Please reference the Non-PO Payments Guide for more information on how to process specific Non-PO Payments as of July 9th, 2020.

All legacy systems will be available for the forseeable future in order to review historical data.