2022 Extra-Cost, Off-Campus Short Term Courses


Glacial and Postglacial Landscapes of Southeast Alaska; Juneau, Alaska
Prof. Raquel de Castro Portes, rportes@bates.edu
Enrollment: 12
Dates: May 5 – 22
Cost: $3,220
Learn more and apply here.

Paleoseismic Investigation along the Himalayan Frontal Thrust; Central Himalaya, India
Prof. Shreya Arora, sarora@bates.edu
Enrollment: 14
Dates: May 4 – 24
Cost: $3,890
Learn more and apply here.

ENG s43 – Shakespeare in the Theater; London, United Kingdom
Prof. Sanford Freedman, sfreedma@bates.edu, and Prof. Michael Reidy, mreidy@bates.edu
Enrollment: 18
Dates: May 3 – 25
Cost: $4,255
Learn more and apply here.

Applications for the Short Term courses are due by January 20, 2022 at 11:59 PM EST.

Students accepted to their Short Term Off-Campus / Extra Cost will have until February 1, 2022 to register for their course, at which point some financial responsibility begins.

Financial Aid for Short Term Off-Campus / Extra Cost Courses

Financial aid is available to cover all or a portion of the costs associated with an off-campus short term course for eligible students. Each instructor provides Student Financial Services with a list of students who have been given permission to participate in their course and we use this information to determine who needs financial assistance, there is no additional application process. You must currently be eligible for Bates institutional grant funds to receive this additional assistance. In past years, students have been asked to contribute between $0 and $1,500, depending on their Expected Family Contribution(EFC) for the academic year. Official financial aid awards will be available before the registration period begins. If you have additional questions, please contact Student Financial Services sfs@bates.edu.