Caribbean/Latin America


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

Cruising the Caribbean: Behind the Scenes

Caribbean Cruise - Music-Theater

Trip is full - Waitlist only

FSC 1998 001 - 1 Credit Hour
March 5 to March 12
Dr. Christianne Roll

Permission from Instructor required: While cruising the Caribbean on Norwegian Cruise Line’s newest ship, students will explore the demands of performing, living, and working on a cruise ship. Through question and answer sessions with the onboard theatrical cast and crew members, backstage tours, observations of rehearsals, attending onboard performances, and meeting with members of the cruise director staff, students will get a unique look at how the theatrical profession functions within the cruise ship industry. Students will embark the ship in Port Canaveral, Florida and will explore the islands of Cozumel, Jamaica, Grand Cayman, as well as Norwegian Cruise Line’s private island. In Cozumel, students will tour the highlights of the island, including Mayan ruins. In Grand Cayman, students will experience the famous Stingray City, and in Jamaica, they will explore Dunn’s River Falls.

Junior Journey Cost: $759

Regular Cost: $2759

Deposit Deadline: October 14

Deposit Amount: $350

Costa Rica: A Close Look at Diverse Education

Costa Rica - Education

Trip is full - Waitlist only

EDU 3998 001 - 1 Credit Hour
March 4 to March 12
Dr. Blanco

Students on this trip will explore the organization of communities and school systems in rural Costa Rica. This service learning trip will immerse our students within the local classrooms observing and preparing them to teach English to Costa Rican students. We will visit rural area schools in the Province of Guanacaste Nandayure and/or Tilaran. We will also visit two working plantations to ascertain what education might be needed to assist help them produce a better margin in their trading of products. Students will have some time in San Jose to shop as we prepare our return to FSC.

Junior Journey Cost: Free**

Regular Cost: $2229

Deposit Deadline: October 12

Deposit Amount: $100

Coral and Marine Conservation on the Island of Roata'n (Honduras)

Honduras - Multi-disciplined

Trip is full - Waitlist only

FSC 1998 002 - 1 Credit Hour
March 4 to March 11
Dr. Jason Macrander

Snorkeling or SCUBA diving is a must throughout this trip. If you at the very minimum have no experience snorkeling in the Ocean do not book this Junior Journey. The Junior Journey will have students visiting Roatán Honduras to better understand the marine biodiversity and learn firsthand about the conservation mission of the island. Students will demonstrate knowledge of reef biodiversity and conservation efforts applying knowledge gained in the classroom to field experiences on the nearshore reefs. Concepts discussed will include coral reef ecology, coral identification, reef fish identification, and marine invertebrate identification. Students will be given opportunities to explore nearshore (mangroves) and terrestrial ecosystems as well to better understand how the terrestrial and nearshore environments contribute to marine stability and biodiversity. Students will experience culturally relevant activities organized by Anthony’s Key Resort (Garifuna dancers) as well as have access to the Roatán Museum, which chronicles the history of the islands in greater detail and also contains an impressive collection of artifacts relevant to the island’s history. There are opportunities to become SCUBA dive certified (at an additional cost), but you must speak with the instructor now to arrange this.

Junior Journey Cost: $1786

Regular Cost: $3786

Deposit Deadline: October 31

Deposit Amount: $350