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  • Locations: Galápagos Islands, Ecuador; Guayaquil, Ecuador
  • Program Terms: Interterm
Fact Sheet:
Program Type: Travel Course
Recommended for Chapman Majors:
Environmental Science & Policy
Program Description:
Space is limited in each Travel Course, and they may close earlier than the advertised deadline.
If you’re interested in participating, please contact the Professor leading the Travel Course ASAP!
 
ENV 227 Travel Course has a total cost of $6206.00. This program does not include international airfare. All accommodations are provided, including 2 nights in a First Class hotel in Guayaquil, Ecuador, 2 nights in Puerto Ayora, and 7 nights aboard the yacht in the Galápagos. Roundtrip airfare from Guayaquil to the Galápagos, all meals aboard the yacht and some excursions are included.The Cost does NOT include any tuition costs.  All Travel Courses outside the United States are approved for the Global Study portion of the 2007 GE Program.


****Early Deadline- Valid Passport, Deposit Receipt, Enrollment Form, and Trip Cancellation Signature Form for Galapagos Travel Course are ALL due to CGE           No Later Than 4PM Friday, Sept. 15, 2017.

Class Meetings are Required before the group departs on Field Trip.
Class Meetings are scheduled for January 2, 3, 25, 26 and TBA, 2018. Field trip to Galapagos is Jan. 4-15, 2018
Questions should be directed to Professor Caporaso.


To apply to this Interterm 2018 program, print the Enrollment & Financial Obligation and obtain the faculty member's signature of approval. The completed Enrollment and Financial Obligation form, Valid Passport or New, Renewal Passport Paperwork and a non-refundable deposit receipt for $621.00 paid to the Cashier's Office or through Student's Access ePay system (instructions below) are ALL due before 4PM Friday, Sept. 15, 2017. 
 

Please bring your signed Enrollment Form, Valid Passport or New, Renewal Passport Paperwork and confirmation of initial deposit to the Center for Global Education Office located at 576 N. Glassell,  M-F, 9-5 PM. Once we receive the 3 documents, you will be given access to our online portal, the Global Gateway, to complete additional documents required for this IN2018 Travel Course to Ecuador.
If you have questions, please contact Professor Caporaso, caporaso@chapman.edu, Professor Keller, jkeller@chapman.edu, the CGE office phone 714.997.6830 or globaled@chapman.edu.

Enrollment and Financial Obligation Form IN18.docx

Flyer Galapagos Interterm 2018- FINAL.pdf

January 4 - 15, 2018 Galapagos Itinerary.pdf

ENV 227 Course Syllabus-2018 Interterm- Tentative.docx

Travel Course eDeposit and Payment Instructions.pdf

 ENV 227/4 credits satisfies GE Science lab course, 7NI OR 7GC

Cruise the Islands on a 1st Class, 125 ft., 16 passenger yacht chartered just for Chapman!

Snorkel on the equator with penguins, turtles and sea lions, photograph wildlife from an arm's length. Walk in the footsteps of the famous naturalist Charles Darwin.

· Giant Tortoises, Marine Iguanas, Flamingos, Dolphins, Whales, Sea Turtles, Blue Footed Boobies, Penguins, Sea lions, Darwin finches and so much more