Junior Journey is back at Florida Southern College, with ten fun and exciting trips planned for fall break.
Aug 4, 2022
Junior Journey is back, with ten fun and exciting trips planned for fall break.
The Junior Journey program offers students an opportunity for intellectual and cultural growth while they earn academic credit. Trips, which are led by faculty members and other qualified staff, are typically one to three weeks long, giving students a chance to see how what they are learning in the classroom can be applied in different settings.
Seniors who are graduating in December 2022 will have the first opportunity to view and sign up for trips, followed by Spring 2023 graduating seniors, then the Class of 2024. December 2022 graduates must apply on or before August 6, 2022, in order to secure their spot.
To apply, submit your application via the travel tab on the FSC Student Portal, and make any appropriate deposit.
Note that all international travel will require a valid passport.
Different countries have different Covid-19 policies that may differ from the United States. It is the responsibility of each student to ensure compliance with all laws for entry into any foreign country. Refunds will not be given to any student if they do not meet the criteria to be allowed into any foreign country. Please check to ensure that you will be able to fully comply before signing up for any trip.
See trip descriptions here »
When considering study abroad options, it’s helpful to understand what's included in the total price. Here is what is, and isn’t, covered:
In order to be eligible for any student travel program at Florida Southern, you must have:
Further questions should be directed to the Student Travel office at 863.616.6411, or email@example.com.
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