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ESL 911 Homestay (Language & Culture Course)

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Course Description

Must be enrolled in the ESL 111 Language and Culture Course.

*$225 non-refundable placement fee is charged when you complete your first homestay application. This fee is in addition to the homestay fees listed for each course. It will be charged only for the first homestay course registered in, when the student remains with the same host family.  

To arrange your accommodations, you must fill out an online homestay application form.

Although we try our best to accommodate your requests, there is no guarantee that individual preferences can be arranged. Due to a high volume of applications, we are not able to inform you if individual preferences have been met; therefore, please contact your homestay family directly once you receive their information.

If you have any medical conditions or allergies, please submit a doctor’s note with your application.




Sections

  ESL 911 - 016 Homestay Spring 2017 (2 weeks)  
  Spring 2017   Status:  Available
 
Course Fees:   flat fee non-credit    ESL 911 - 016 $420.00 or
$210.00 deposit
Potential Price Adjustments:
 
  Section Notes:  

$225 non-refundable placement fee is charged when you complete your first homestay application. This fee is in addition to the homestay fees listed for each course. It is charged only once when the student remains with the same host family.  

To arrange your accommodations, you must fill out an online homestay application form.

Although we try our best to accommodate your requests, there is no guarantee that individual preferences can be arranged. Due to a high volume of applications, we are not able to inform you if individual preferences have been met; therefore, please contact your homestay family directly once you receive their information.

If you have any medical conditions or allergies, please submit a doctor’s note with your application.

Homestay begins the Saturday before the course starts and ends the Saturday after the program finishes.

  
 


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