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Price and Discounts

There is a $1,800 scholarship available

for the first 18 students enrolled.


That makes your cost:



Normal Price: $3,736*

*If enrolled by September 30. Cost increases to $3,936 after September 30, 2018.
*Payment plans are available.


A $1,800 scholarship will be awarded to the first eighteen (18) students who register/enroll in the Italy and Greece trip through EF Tours. Students who receive the scholarship must meet and agree to fulfill the following requirements. Failure to meet the mentioned requirements will result in the recipient refunding the entirety of the scholarship amount.

• Have a cumulative 2.5 GPA.
• Be a full-time student during the 2019 Spring Semester.
• Attend all six (6) pre trip leadership seminars.

       Seminar DatesJanuary 14, February 4 & 25, March 11, and April 8 & 15
• Participate in the Florence and Greece trip (May 7-19, 2019. This is a 10 day trip, exact departure and return dates will not be determined until early spring semester but will fall within published trip date range.).

Student should go to the EF Tours website, enroll in the tour (#2092825VZ), pay the required deposit and set up desired payment plan. The first eighteen (18) students will be notified by ISU that they have received a $1,800 scholarship. If the quota for scholarships has been filled, the student will also be notified. EF Tours trip deposit is not refundable. Students should read all EF Tours refund and payment policies carefully before enrolling.

Please note: Due to the fact that students are receiving an ISU scholarship, all financial obligations to the University will be deducted from the scholarship amount before a change check is issued. This scholarship will be part of your total financial aid package.


Student Global Leadership Program Scholarship: Acceptance Form



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Office of Student Involvement & Orientation

921 S. 8th Avenue

Pocatello, ID 83209


The Office of Student Involvement & Orientation is located on the 1st floor of the Pond Student Union Building