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Spring Break Travel 2018

This international education opportunity is for students who would like to participate in a course that works towards their graduation in a different capacity than an SIE program. Students who are in need of fulfilling their upper level historical mode of thought (HIMT) requirement now have the ability to apply to the available course that has this REQUIRED travel component as part of the course, which would take place during Bryant's spring break week in mid-March 2018. Students will earn three academic credits through this GRADED spring semester course, and spend approximately 8-9 days overseas as a supplement to their in-class material. Additional information regarding these courses can be found on the Study Abroad website.

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Spring Break Travel 2018

Refund and Cancellation Policy •The application deposit is non-refundable unless the travel component is cancelled, the University is unable to place the student in an SIE program or a spring break travel course, or if s/he withdraw before s/he has been formally accepted to participate. •If the student must withdraw from the SIE program or a travel course after acceptance but before departure, the student is responsible for the entire cost of the SIE or travel course. Bryant University contracts the travel logistics with program providers (companies), and we are responsible for paying those contracted costs even if a student withdraws. •Bryant University may, in its sole discretion, determine that circumstances within the foreign country may require the cancellation of the SIE program or travel course within the country. The University will provide the student with as much advance notice as possible of its intention to cancel the SIE or the travel component in which s/he will participate. The University, the on-site coordinators, or the foreign government may prematurely terminate the SIE or the travel component. If there is University cancellation of an SIE or a travel course component, all payments to the University will be refunded and the University will make every effort to help the student complete the academic work for the program. •If the student is dismissed from the SIE or travel course for any reason, there will be no refund and s/he is responsible for the full cost of the SIE program or travel component. In addition, if the student is dismissed in-country, the student is responsible for all costs associated with returning home. •If the student becomes sick or injured while traveling abroad with the group, s/he will, at his/her own expense, seek out, contact, and reach the group at its next available destination. If the student seeks to return to the U.S. after commencement of the program due to serious illness, or death within the immediate family, the University bears no liability for any losses or claims incurred by the student in connection with his/her own early termination from the course. The University will make every effort to refund recoverable costs. Unrecoverable costs will not be refunded.