For Accepted Students
GES 303 Greek History and Archaeology in their Geological Context.
Scott Bradbury (Classics), John Brady (Geosciences)
Pre-seminar: Fridays 2:40 - 4:00 p.m. (spring semester 2014)
On site seminar: May 18 - June 8, 2014
Internship or service-learning: June 9 - July 20, 2014
In order to confirm your participation in this GES, you must complete the following steps by the deadlines listed.
Friday, January 31, 2014
Submit the following to the Lewis Global Studies Center in Wright Hall. You may request printed copies of the forms below.
- Non-refundable deposit
(Check or money order payable to Smith College)
- GES Checklist (PDF)
- Enrollment and Participation Agreement (PDF)
- Acknowledgement of Risk, Release and Hold Harmless Agreement (PDF) (parent/guardian signature required)
- Medical Review Form (PDF)
(Part I to be completed by student. Keep a copy for your records and to submit to the doctor you ask to complete Part II. Submit Part II after you meet with your doctor, before April 7.)
- Smith International Travel Experiences System (SITES)
Confirm your profile and submit your passport information asap.
- The Global Engagement Seminar Pre-Departure Praxis Application
All students, whether or not they will use Praxis funding, must complete this application to be placed in an internship. Deadline Friday, March 14, 2014.
- Medical Review Form (PDF)
Part I to be completed by student. Keep a copy for your records and to submit to the doctor you ask to complete Part II. Submit Part II after you meet with your doctor. Deadline Monday, April 7, 2014.
The total program fee is $8,000. Your non-refundable deposit will be credited toward this. If you have indicated that you wish to apply your Praxis funding, an additional $3,500 will be credited toward this. Based on your financial need level (as assessed by Student Financial Services), you may be offered an additional grant, which will also be credited toward the program fee. The remaining balance will be charged to your Smith account in April.
Passports and visas
You are required to have a valid passport that it will not expire within six (6) months of the end of the program. If you do not already have this, please apply for a passport now. Additionally, you are responsible for researching your visa requirements. International students (neither US citizen nor permanent resident) may see the Office for International Students and Scholars for assistance.
If you plan to study abroad the semester following this GES, please consult the Office for International Study. Study abroad in certain countries may be incompatible with summer activities or travel that prevents you (or your passport) from being actively engaged in obtaining your visa.If you have any questions about the enrollment process, please contact Lisa Morde, at firstname.lastname@example.org, 413-585-2697, or visit the Lewis Global Studies Center in Wright Hall.