Spring Travel Course Application

Gallatin Spring travel courses are open to students enrolled at NYU schools. Students attend a spring semester course at NYU's Washington Square campus and travel to a location related to the course topic during Spring Break. See Gallatin’s travel course page for more details on eligibility and course offerings.

Application Deadline:

October 1

NOTE: Students are admitted on a rolling, first-come-first-served basis, and the course may fill before the deadline. Early application is strongly advised.

Application Requirements

  • Personal statement
  • Contact information for a reference (faculty member or primary academic adviser)
  • Program fee waiver request (optional; current Gallatin students and Gallatin incoming transfer students only)

This application cannot be saved in-progress; it is recommended that you save your responses in a document on your computer before completing this form.

Program Selection

Personal Information

Permanent Home Address

Academic Information

Personal Statement

Please submit a 250-word statement addressing academic and personal reasons for wanting to participate in this program. This should include details on how this course will fit into your academic plans. It should also detail any experience that will inform your participation in the course, including relevant coursework, language training, and travel abroad.


No transcript is required to be submitted with this application but note that the Office of Global Programs will review transcripts for all applicants in Albert.

Program Fee Waiver

For current Gallatin students and Spring semester incoming Gallatin transfer students ONLY. A limited number of full program fee waivers are available for this course. Students must have good academic standing, must have a current FAFSA (or for international students, a CSS Profile) on file, and must show unmet financial need. Requests will be evaluated on a first-come, first-served basis.

In 250 words or less, please describe any financial considerations that would impact your ability to participate in this course.


Please provide contact information for a faculty member or a primary academic adviser who can speak to your academic standing and ability to study away in an intensive course.

For people in the EU, see information on your privacy rights under GDPR.