USA Nursing in the Dominican Republic
This is an international service learning course that will culminate in select, rural communities in the Dominican Republic (DR). Emphasis is on providing culturally competent care by providing an immersion experience.
Accommodation and Meals
Participants will reside in Foundations for Peace accommodations. All meals except on excursion day are included in the program cost.
The cost of the USA Nursing in the Dominican Republic program is $1,900. Program costs include round trip airfare from Pensacola to Santo Domingo, all in-country transportation, accommodations, all meals except excursion day, specified museum entrance fees, international health insurance and emergency assistance, and an international education scholarship.
Participants should budget additional funds for supplies or personal expenses such as souvenirs or independent travel, based upon individual spending habits. Costs are based on anticipated exchange rates and enrollment and are subject to change. Program items may be changed in lieu of a price increase.
Payment Schedule and Deadline
A program deposit of $350.00 is due within 10 days of program application and no later than September 1, 2017. The first payment installment of $775 is due on September 8, 2017. The final payment installment of $775 is due on September 15, 2017. Applicants can reserve a spot in the program by hitting the "Apply Now" button and completing the online program application. Once accepted, applicants can confirm their place in the program by paying the program deposit of $350. The deposit is applied toward the cost of the program, $300 of which is fully refundable if the participant withdraws before the priority application deadline of September 1, 2017.
Program fees are refundable only in the event of cancellation of the program and are based on recoverable expenses. All payments should be considered non-refundable, and any requests for consideration of refunds based on extenuating circumstances (medical, etc…) must be made in writing and will be considered on a case by case basis.
For Additional Information, Please Contact:
Professor Misty Guy RN, MSN
College of Nursing