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Washington DC, Holocaust Museum Trip
Spring 2014 Trip :: Washington DC
Friday, April 11 – Monday, April 14, 2014

washington dc group shot of students

The trip will include the US Holocaust Museum, Arlington National Cemetery, Iwo Jima Memorial, Lincoln Memorial, Vietnam Wall, Korean War Memorial, World War II Memorial, MLK Memorial, Washington Monument, Smithsonian Museums of Natural History, American History and Air & Space, a walk past the Library of Congress, Supreme Court and US Capitol Building as time and weather permit.

Washington DC is a large urban area. There will be times when our group will be a part of large crowds in the museums, the subway and in restaurants.

Participating students must be of legal age, 18 years or older.

Physical Requirements

Holocaust MuseumThe Washington DC – US Holocaust Museum trip is a physically challenging, fast paced walking tour. There is no motorized transportation. Access to all of the museum and monument sights is done on foot.

Be prepared to walk at a pace of 1 mile in twenty minutes or less. Some of the sights will require that you are on your feet for an hour or more at a time with no stops to rest.

There may be exposure to the extremes of weather. We will be outdoors in the cold, heat, rain or sunshine from early morning until late at night. Each day is 12 – 15 hours of touring.

For your safety and the enjoyment of the entire group, we ask that you make us aware of any issues that you have that may impede your taking full advantage of this activity.

Transportation

Transportation and lodging are provided by the college. Students are responsible for their subway ticket, meals and any incidental expenses that may be incurred. Typically students spend approximately $100 of their own money while on this trip.

Departure
7:00 am :: Friday, April 11, 2014
The bus will leave from the Morristown campus near the tennis courts.
Return
2:00 am :: Monday, April 14, 2014
Reservations
Last day to register is Friday, March 28, 2014

Reservations

Registration Ends Friday, March 28, 2014

The first 40 students to complete the registration process will have seats on the bus.

Priority is given to students that haven't gone on this trip before, with the exception of the Fall 2013 trip.

Please discuss any concerns you may have with your personal physician BEFORE making a financial commitment.

Registration Contact:
Eileen Bowers

Eileen Bowers
Student Affairs Office
423-318-2347
or in person

Include/Provide the following information

  • Name
  • Student ID W#
  • Cell Phone #
  • STARmail Email Address.

Waiver must be printed, signed and notarized, then delivered to Eileen Bowers in the Student Affairs Office to hold a place on the trip.

Download Washington DC Waiver Agreement

Upon receipt of the waiver, the student will receive a form to take to the cashier's office to pay a $40 non-refundable deposit. When Eileen Bowers receives confirmation from the cashier's office of this payment, the reservation will be confirmed.

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