SEA Semester Visit to the University of Washington

SEA Semester Visit to the University of Washington

An admission counselor from the Sea Education Association (SEA) will host an information table for prospective students on Tuesday, November 15th. This is a great chance to hear stories, see pictures, or ask questions about SEA Semester off-campus study programs.

SEA Semester is a unique and challenging academic experience for students of all majors. SEA students step out of the traditional classroom and actively experience the ocean in Woods Hole, a global center for ocean studies, and by sailing aboard one of SEA Semester’s sailing research vessels. SEA students earn up to 18 credits and sail thousands of miles through the Atlantic, Pacific, or Caribbean while researching the marine environment. There is truly no better way to learn about your world!

To learn more about this unique program, please visit the SEA Semester info table:

Tuesday, November 15th from 3:45 to 5:45 PM in the lobby of the Ocean Science Building

You can also contact Samara Haver in the SEA Admissions Office for more information or to schedule another time to talk: samarah@sea.edu, 508-540-3954 x541, www.sea.edu.

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