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Frequently Asked Questions
The courses start on May 20 and will end on June 7, 2013. The first week will be held on campus for Rome and London, and the first week will be on line for Dublin. The New England Course will be held on campus for most of the duration with a variety of field trips attached.
Rome, London and Dublin students will leave for Europe on May 24 and return on June 7.
The New England course will offer a variety of day field trips and will culminate into a 3-day hike in the White Mountains, which will take place at the end of the three weeks.
Registration for Maymester starts on March 11. The Director of International Studies, the Registrar, or your advisor can give you the registration forms. Your advisor and the Director of International Studies (Stella Walling) will need to approve all forms. During the Maymester Term, students can only take one course. See the “How to Register for Maymester 2013 Classes” form. The first step in the registration process is to meet with Stella Walling, Director, International Studies to discuss the process and requirements. Enrollment may be limited to a certain number of students for any given course, and the CGPS requirement is 2.33. The Maymester course Registration can be found here: http://www.franklinpierce.edu/academics/Summer_Registration.pdf
Total cost will be tuition, program fee and housing and/or meals on campus. Students who do not stay on campus will be charged tuition and the program fee.
Tuition $335.00 per credit
Program fee** $3,000 for Rome, London and Dublin
Program fee** $800 for New England
If staying on campus in campus housing, the cost for housing will be approximately $990 per month; weekly housing cost will be prorated. Meals will be charged as appropriate.
**This program fee pays for your round trip airline ticket, course-related travel in New England and when in Europe, travel and medical insurance, museum tickets, housing when abroad or in the White Mountains, and some meals.
Some financial aid may be available in the form of loans. Students should meet with a Student Financial Services (SFS) representative in Rindge Hall as soon as possible to discuss individual financial aid package and possibilities.
Students need to be financially clear (i.e. worked out a plan with SFS, signed appropriate forms, etc.) by April 1. The program fee will not be refundable after April 1, so working with the SFS office is most important. If any program is canceled for any reason, all monies will be reimbursed.
New England course students will stay in a Lodge in the White Mountains, and Rome, London and Dublin students will stay in study abroad type residencies or youth hostels in Europe.
For questions or for more information, Please contact:
International Studies Office
Peterson Hall, ground floor, Rindge, NH