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International Service in Haiti
International Service in Haiti
Next Offered: March 7-14, 2015
STA 299 is a one-credit service learning course in a field-based setting. The week of service in Port-au-Prince is preceded by three mandatory pre-trip classroom orientation sessions and two post-trip debriefing and program planning sessions. All currently enrolled students must register for one credit of STA 299.
International Service Learning makes a unique contribution to building global awareness, global partnerships and world peace. International Service Learning helps Dominican students, faculty and staff live the mission in a unique way as we "participate in the creation of a more just and humane world.” In partnership with Matthew 25 House, St. Joseph Home for Boys, Wings of Hope and Mother Teresa's Home for Children, our students serve with the people of Haiti, while learning about their social, cultural, historical, economic, political, and religious reality.
STA 299 is a stand-alone course for one credit for which students will register during the semester of travel. It will count towards the student’s maximum of 18 credit hours per semester. If a student wishes to apply this credit to a major, they would need the written approval of their major advisor.
Requirements for one-credit:
- Attend pre- and post-trip classes and orientations
- Keep a journal
- Participate in the reflective learning process in country
- Participate in all in-country events
- Assist in a post-trip program for DU community
Currently enrolled students may not opt for the satisfactory/unsatisfactory option for this course
- Complete application packet: application form, two recommendation forms
- Medical form completed by a physician due at time of deposit.
- Deadline: November 17, 2014
For more information, please contact MaDonna Thelen at email@example.com (708) 524-6425.
Includes housing, group excursions, three meals per day and airfare
- Currently enrolled DU students: $1850 (includes tuition up to 18 semester hours; if over 18 credits, students must pay overload)
- Auditors: $1850
Please note that any increases in fuel surcharges or taxes which occur up to the time of ticketing will be paid by the participant.
Due to fluctuation in exchange rates, the cost of the program is subject to change
Scholarships and Financial Aid
- State, federal and Dominican aid is applicable
- Students: By studying abroad, you may have additional options for funding assistance. Please see a Dominican University Financial Aid Officer as soon as the application deadline has passed.
- Accepted Dominican student or qualified adult
- 2.5 DU GPA
- Students must attend at least one information session
- Under no circumstances will students be permitted to travel independently. All excursion and site visits will be with the group and directors.
Housing will be at St. Joseph Home for Boys, which has accommodations for up to 20 guests in a brand new building. Each bedroom has six beds and a full bath. Meals will be provided.
- Group flight arranged by program directors who will accompany the group.
- In-country transportation is provided by a pre-arranged driver.