How to Register

Trip registration is accomplished through the travel tab on the student portal. The button below will take you to the portal where you will choose which trip you wish to register for.

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What’s covered?

When considering study abroad options, it’s helpful to compare fees and consider what is included in the total price. For most study abroad trips, the cost typically includes:

  • Full-service transportation, door to door from Florida Southern to your final destination and back again.
  • All lodging, including on-campus housing prior to trip and throughout your travels
  • Most meals, with a few exceptions. Faculty trip directors share detailed itineraries so you’ll know which meals might not be covered.
  • If your trip allows free time for outside excursions, these are at your own expense.

* Deposit Deadline - Please note that trip space is limited and trips may fill before the deadline date.

** Although some trips are free for Junior Journey eligible students, there is a $100 refundable deposit which will be returned after you complete the trip. All other trips will have a deposit of $350 or more which is a part of the total trip cost.

Upcoming Trips

Tropical Ecology - The Gambia, West Africa

Gambia & Senegal

Trip is full - Waitlist only

BIO 3316 - 6 Credit Hours
May 9 to May 24
Dr. Wolovich

Permission from instructor or BIO 1500 -This course will combine lectures about general ecology with field surveys that examine population and community ecology with an emphasis on conservation biology. Students will experience the various ecosystems of the Gambia, West Africa (wetlands, mangroves, savannah, gallery forest, coastal scrubland) as we travel to various protected areas and national parks. Students will participate in research in order to create an estimate of population size for several primate species that are currently threatened by habitat loss and bushmeat hunting. Students will interact with local wildlife officials and owners of community-based ecotourist camps to learn about challenges to conservation efforts. We will also visit with local school children to discuss current threats to local wildlife and possible ways to better manage and protect natural populations.

Junior Journey Cost: $2163

Regular Cost: $4163

Deposit Deadline: October 27

Deposit Amount: $350

Exploring South Africa

South Africa - Multi-Disciplined

Trip is full - Waitlist only

FSC 1998 - 1 Credit Hour
May 4 to May 15
Dr. Malcom Manners

Students will explore the Cape Town area, including the Kirstenbosch National Botanic Garden (one of the world’s best), a day trip down the Cape Peninsula to Cape Point, where they’ll see penguins, baboons, and perhaps whales. A trip out to Robben Island (where Nelson Mandela was imprisoned for nearly 25 years during the sad years of national apartheid), and a vineyard and winery, to see how South African wines are made. Then up to Kruger National Park for a safari, where they're likely to see elephant, white rhinoceros, hyena, giraffe, Cape buffalo, many species of antelope, and crocodile. We may also be lucky and see lion, cheetah and leopard and wild dogs. Then to Johannesburg and the flight home.

Junior Journey Cost: $3658

Regular Cost: $5658

Deposit Deadline: October 31

Deposit Amount: $350