The Center for International Programs hosted the first evening of the SPC Study Abroad Fair at the Tarpon Springs Campus on Monday, Feb. 4.
SPC student Mason St. Martin won a waiver for the program’s $200 application fee.
More dates are set for the fair both this and next week at other SPC campuses. Students will have the chance to win prizes such as application fee waivers for the program.
Study Abroad faculty had an opportunity to discuss how each of their programs work. After the general discussion, students interested in a specific program talked directly with faculty leading that program and asked questions.
One of the most exciting parts of the evening for students was a free drawing. Random winners for a variety of prizes were chosen.
SPC student Mason St. Martin was the top winner, receiving a waiver for the Study Abroad $200 application fee! St. Martin was so excited and thankful for this prize that he quickly submitted his application for the Spain program the following morning!
This was the first time SPC has offered students the opportunity to waive the $200 application fee for Study Abroad.
Instructor Tim Wolter answers questions about the Study Abroad program.
Drawings for additional waivers will be held at the next three Study Abroad Fair events:
Wednesday, Feb. 6, St. Petersburg/Gibbs Music Center, 6-8 p.m.
Monday, Feb. 11, Clearwater ES 104, 6-8 p.m.
Tuesday, Feb. 12, Seminole Digitorium, 6-8 p.m.
Invite your students to stop by and learn more about these programs.
• Costa Rica
• High School program
Please call 727-341-4355
See more photos from the event on the college’s Facebook page.
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