The Ireland Spring Break Trip is a 10-day exploration of Ireland taking place Friday, March 2 through Monday, March 12, 2012. The journey is open to everyone in the Geneva College community—current students, alumni and friends of the college. While touring Ireland, participants will visit historic castles and monasteries, natural attractions, Dublin, the Rock of Cashel, and much more.
“The registration deadlines are approaching quickly. Be sure to register soon so that you don’t miss out on this exploration of beautiful Ireland,” encourages trip coordinator Dr. Thomas Copeland.
The application deadline for alumni and friends is Tuesday, November 22. For current students, the deadline to apply is Tuesday, November 15. Along with the application, a deposit of $500 payable to Geneva College is required.
Students will meet once a week during the spring semester to learn the history of Ireland, and alumni and friends attending the trip are invited to sit in on the class. Students will receive Humanities 203 or 304 credit for the trip and class.
Click here for the Ireland Spring Break Trip webpage, which provides additional details, registration forms and a tentative itinerary. For additional information, contact Dr. Copeland at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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