Eligibility and requirements for participation in an off-campus program:I understand that: (Please check the boxes to indicate your agreement. All boxes must be checked.) Only complete applications will be considered (with passport or photo ID photocopy). The College has the right to cancel programs with low enrollment. If a program is cancelled, I may enroll in a different program or ask for a refund of the deposit. I must have a minimum of a 2.0 grade point average and must meet any course prerequisites. Some courses are restricted to a specific major. Not all programs accept freshmen. I may not apply if I am on academic or disciplinary probation. Students placed on academic or disciplinary probation after being accepted into a program will not be eligible to participate, and cancellation penalties will apply. The College has the right to screen students’ academic, disciplinary and medical histories and consider them in the selection process. Program fees listed in the brochure and online are ESTIMATES. Occasionally, fees need to be adjusted because of unforeseen price increases, such as fluctuations in currency, fuel prices, and course enrollments.
I demonstrate these competencies: (Please check the boxes to indicate your agreement.) Ability to be flexible and adapt to new environments Ability to assume responsibility for my own medical and psychological needs Maturity to respect the host culture as well as fellow program participants
Travel Documents: Include photocopy of ID (photo page) when turning in final application. International programs: a valid passport (must not expire before July 1, 2014) or a copy of your passport applicationU.S. programs: a driver's license or other state photo identity card
Timeline:Spring deadline for application is April 19, 2013. The $500 deposit is due with the application. Remaining balance is due with fall tuition.Fall deadline for applications (for programs with enrollment still open) is Sept. 23, 2013. The $500 deposit is due Sept. 30. Balance is due Oct. 10. Should there be a change in the program fee, students will have two weeks from the notification date or until the last day of classes—whichever is shorter—to pay.
Program: ANTH 355 - South Africa: Changes and Challenges ARTH 307 - Italy: Art & Architecture of Rome, Florence & Venice BIOL 241/341 - Natural History of Costa Rica BIOL 244 - Madagascar: Culture, Conservation and Natural History BUSA 350 - Global Marketing in Italy BUSA 350 - Doing Business in Asia: Culture, Society & Politics in India EDUC 390 - Anguilla, British West Indies: Student Teaching EDUC 255 - Vietnam: Education, Language and Culture FREN 105 - Language Immersion in the heart of France GEOL 275 - USA: Field Geology of the Desert Southwest GERM 290/490 - German Term in Vienna, Austria HIST 219 - Imagined Communities in France HUMA 250 - The Culture and Crafts of Hungary NURS 346 - Transcultural Nursing in Jamaica PHIL / POSC 250 - Greece & Turkey - Political Animals: Life and Thought in the Ancient Greek World PSYC 150 - USA: Psychology of Creativity in Hawaii PSYC 150 - USA: Psychology, Film and New York City RELS 360/ HIST 360 - The Religious Culture of Ancient Egypt RELS 146 - Sacred Space in America SOCI 338 - Irish Culture and Society II SPAN 285/385/485 - Peru: Social Justice & Cultural Diversity THEA 303 - Theatre in England Test
Please indicate your reasons for applying to this program:What courses have you taken that are relevant to this off-campus program?Briefly mention any previous experience with travel or residence in other countries or regions of the U.S.
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