Saint Martin's University welcomes your interest in the Summer Institute, short-term programs that span computer science, global business skills, teaching English as a second language (TESL), and creative writing. Priority registration deadline is April 10, 2017; registrations received after this date will be considered, subject to space availability. Participation will be confirmed within two weeks of registration.
Deadlines and deposits
Deadlines: Priority registration deadline is April 10, 2017. Registrations received after this date will be considered, subject to space availability. Participation will be confirmed within two weeks of registration.
Deposit: A deposit of $250 will hold your spot in the program. The deposit, payable by credit card, will be credited to participants’ program costs.
Program Costs: Include tuition (varies by program), airport pick-up and drop-off, housing in the halls of residence for the duration of the program, meals provided by our award-winning caterer Bon Appetit, welcome and concluding receptions, and one/two excursions per program.
Full Payment: Should be remitted by May 8, 2017. Payments are made to Saint Martin’s University Summer Institute, Office of International Programs and Development. Credit card payments are accepted.
All programs are offered on the campus of Saint Martin’s in Lacey, Washington. Lacey, a few miles from the state capital of Olympia, boasts a temperate summer climate ranging between 60°F to 80°F (15°C to 26°C). Amtrak train services connect Lacey with Portland (OR) to the south, Seattle (WA) and Vancouver (BC) to the north. The pastoral landscape, mild weather, and easy access to major cities add to the effectiveness of the learning environment and provide myriad opportunities for cultural immersion.
Medical insurance is mandatory and is not included in the program cost. Students who cannot provide proof of insurance coverage are required to purchase medical insurance through Saint Martin’s University. For more information contact Marco Tulluck at MTulluck@stmartin.edu.