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International Study Abroad

Accepted Students

Please complete the required forms below by their due dates. Please submit each form following the directions found on the bottom of each form. It is important that you consider your preparations well in advance and complete most/all requirements before you get to campus. Once you arrive on campus, your time will be spent in rigorous course schedules which will allow little time for the completion of those requirements. Additional information concerning your class will be sent approximately a month before the program begins.

Required Documents & Forms

 

Upload Required Documents

You may also return forms by email, mail or fax, depending on their content.
Email: admission@sea.edu
Mail: SEA Student Services, P.O. Box 6, Woods Hole, MA 02543 
Fax: 857.386.7986



Additional Information

Student Contract and Liability Release

Your Student Contract is due to SEA within two weeks of your acceptance, along with your $750 deposit. You may send a check payable to Sea Education Association or you may charge your deposit/payments by contacting our Business Office at 508-444-1933. You may also pay online (a 3% convenience fee applies to tuition/deposit payments). Note carefully the conditions of the contract and keep a copy for your records.

Medical Record

Your participation in the program is contingent upon medical clearance. You must have a complete physical no more than 180 days prior to your program. Please complete the form in a timely fashion.  Once we receive it, we may have questions or additional advice for you that should be discussed before the start of your program. It is extremely important to communicate any needs for special accommodations.

Please be clear and forthright when completing your medical form.  It is critical that both you and SEA understand any challenges that SEA Semester may pose for you; we can accommodate a wide range of medical conditions with advance information and communication. Be confident that we will work collaboratively with you and your doctor, as necessary, through the medical clearance process. All health issues (physical and mental) must be brought to the attention of SEA, since without full disclosure, a medical officer or doctor may be unable to render vital treatment ashore or at sea.

Please notify us if you have been exposed to a contagious disease, or if any changes in your health occur between the time of your physical exam and the beginning of your program. If you require regular medication, please work with your doctor and insurance company to ensure that you have a 100% redundant supply during your SEA Semester.
Return the medical form, thoroughly completed and signed by you and a licensed physician, to the attention of Student Services.

YOUR MEDICAL RECORD IS DUE TO THE OFFICE OF STUDENT SERVICES NO MORE THAN SIX MONTHS AND NO LESS THAN ONE MONTH PRIOR TO YOUR PROGRAM START DATE.

Vaccinations and Immunizations

Vaccinations & Immunization: Vaccinations beyond the standard pediatric sequence offered in the United States are not required for most places our ships travel. In some areas and for some participants, your doctor may recommend additional immunizations.  Please speak with your doctor about your cruise track and consult the Centers for Disease Control for suggestions & recommendations that may be appropriate for you. Please contact Student Services if you have any questions about the medical clearance process.