Costa Rica | International Service Learning Online (2023)

About Costa Rica

The phrase “pura vida” literally translated means “pure life,” but its nuanced meaning of “living life to the fullest” is as rich and complex as the country itself. Costa Rica is one of the most bio-diverse and socially-diverse countries in the world. Teeming with life of every kind, Costa Rica is a land of vibrant natural wonder. Its warm and welcoming people and much of its wildlife and ecosystems are found nowhere else. Yet, in the same way that its diverse ecosystems coexist, there are people in great need living among those who have much. In these places of great need, ISL participates in volunteer work led by our Costa Rican staff.

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A Brief Overview of Costa Rica

Costa Rica is a Central American country bordered by the Pacific Ocean, the Caribbean Sea, and the countries of Nicaragua, and Panama. Costa Rica has become one of the most stable, democratic, prosperous, and progressive nations in Latin America. It permanently abolished its army in 1949, becoming the first of a very few sovereign nations without a standing army. In fact, one of Costa Rica’s nicknames is “Switzerland of Latin America” because of its neutrality. While Costa Rica is known for its coffee and tropical fruit exports, tourism is now the largest industry. Twenty-five percent of the country’s land area is protected—one of the largest percentages in the world.

ISL Milestones in Costa Rica

1994 – While traveling, ISL’s founding family witnessed displaced banana workers living in tents in Sarapiqui, Costa Rica. Wanting to return and bring sustainable support to those in need, the idea for ISL emerged.

2010 – An ISL Physical Therapy program was implemented, a first in the history of ISL.

2011 – ISL Costa Rica, Marymount University DPT School, and Manos Abiertas Foundation signed a tri-party cooperation agreement to benefit the residents of Manos Abiertas.

2012 – ISL Costa Rica implemented a Chiropractic Program, a first in the history of ISL.

2014 – ISL Costa Rica implemented a Sports Medicine Program.

2015 – The University of Tennessee in Knoxville celebrated their 10th anniversary of traveling and serving with ISL in Costa Rica.

2015 – ISL Costa Rica hosted ISL Country Coordinators and US staff for a conference.

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Where We Serve in Costa Rica

ISL works with Costa Rican and Nicaraguan populations within a variety of communities and organizations in Costa Rica. ISL serves rural communities without easy access to urban conveniences and urban “precarios,” where homes are constructed with non-permanent materials. We also serve in nursing homes, homes for disabled persons, and wildlife and environmental conservation centers.

ISL works in all seven provinces of Costa Rica. Many of our partner communities and organizations are located in the Great Metropolitan Areas (GAMs) in the capitals of Cartago, San Jose, Heredia, and Alajuela. Our Hike for Humanity program has been successful in bringing healthcare services to indigenous people in the provinces of Puntarenas and Limón.

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The Need in Costa Rica

Costa Rica has a healthcare and social welfare system that, unfortunately, is overwhelmed with the needs of its people. The unemployment rate is very high and there is a large population of immigrants living in poverty. Public and private sector employees and self-employed people who contribute to the economy are the ones who benefit the most from the system.

“My ISL trip to Costa Rica was a truly life-changing experience. Being able to learn about a country and their poorer areas is eye-opening and makes you truly appreciate what you have. By working with the wonderful communities, not only was I able to assist in providing medical care but was able to meet some amazing people. Part of my heart has been left in Costa Rica, and I will always fondly remember my time there. I am so grateful to ISL for providing me with this opportunity.”

— Kelly H., Indiana University

Our Partnerships

As with any great work, it takes great relationships to get the job done. That’s why ISL Costa Rica has partnered with nonprofits, NGOs, and governmental and religious groups and institutions to better serve the people of Costa Rica.

Children’s Homes
Asociación Divina Misericordia
Asociación en Pro de la Calidad de Vida Jireh Alajuela y Guanacaste
Albergue La Posada de Belén
Casa Hogar San Lázaro
Desarrollo Humano Vital (DEHVI)
Fundación Abraham
Fundación Hogar Manos Abiertas Alajuela y Tres Ríos

Nursing Homes
Asociación Asilo de la Vejez Cartago
Asociación de Atención Integral Tercera Edad Alajuela
Asociación Hogar de Ancianos Santiago Crespo
Fundación Hogar de Ancianos Alfredo y Delia González Flores
Hogar de Ancianos Banquete Celestial

Schools and Universities
Colegio Rincón Grande de Pavas
Escuela de Enseñanza Especial El Llano
Taller Protegido Alajuela
Escuela Lomas del Río Pavas
Universidad de las Ciencias Médicas
Universidad Internacional de las Américas
Universidad Latina de Costa Rica
Universidad Nacional de Costa Rica

Sports committee
Comité Cantonal de Deportes y Recreación de Alajuela

What to Expect as a Volunteer

You’ll arrive in San Jose, Costa Rica via the Juan Santamaria International Airport (SJO), which is located 12 miles from the downtown area. After going through Customs and retrieving your luggage, you will be met by an ISL staff member, and transported by taxi, van, or bus (arranged and paid for by ISL) to your hotel or guest house in the province closest to your work site. Airport to hotel travel times vary from 10 minutes to 2 hours.

Daily travel time from housing to work site varies from 15 to 45 minutes. On your recreation day, travel may take up to a maximum of three hours. Housing locations may change as you move to a new work site or as you travel to your recreation day location.

Cultural Exploration

With ISL Costa Rica, you’ll have many opportunities to experience the culture of those you serve as a volunteer. Here are some of the many possibilities:

Cooking Classes
Learn how to cook one of many famous and delicious Costa Rican dishes.

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Dance Classes
Learn the basics of Latin dance, from Salsa to Cha Cha Cha.

City Tours
Walk around the city and explore parks, old colonial-style buildings, theaters, and museums.

Farmers’ Markets
Enjoy the vibrant colors of the many tropical fruits and vegetables grown in Costa Rica, and taste the season’s latest harvest. Some markets are open during weekdays and offer a variety of fresh fruits and veggies, as well as typical Costa Rican foods.

Indigenous Craft Making
Learn from an indigenous artisan how to make handcrafts to take home.

Theater Plays
Prices depend on the season (some of them are free), but the authentic Costa Rican experience is priceless either way.

You can learn about the coffee production process from seed to the finished product and taste for yourself why Costa Rican coffee is world famous.

Museum Visits
Discover a wide range of collections from Pre-Columbian gold and jade to rare currency. Explore art galleries full of historical and contemporary Costa Rican art.


When you’re ready to relax, Costa Rica has it all.

Zipline through the natural wonders of Costa Rica
The Vista Los Sueños Canopy boasts spectacular views of the Pacific Ocean. Fly like a bird over the Costa Rican jungle, spotting wildlife in their natural habitat. See for yourself why Costa Rica is one of the most biologically diverse places in the world. – $35

Jacó Beach
World renowned surfing and views that give the “Rich Coast” its name are what await you at Jacó Beach. Close to the Central Valley, it’s one of Costa Rica’s most popular beaches. Watch macaws in flight at sunset and stroll among the many restaurants and nightlife destinations that line this famous strip.

Peace Waterfall
Home to wild jungle cats, howling and spider monkeys, vibrant tropical birds and butterflies that land on your shoulder, the Peace Waterfall Gardens are your access to the Costa Rican rain forest. A true nature lover’s dream, the Peace Waterfall Park is a paradise on earth. Only an hour and a half from the Alajuela Province near the airport, the park is a great way to unwind and recharge in nature. – $45 includes lunch.

Los Chorros, Tacares de Grecia
Los Chorros is one of Costa Rica’s best kept secrets. Located in the small town of Tacares de Grecia and popular with Costa Rican natives but relatively unknown to tourists, this is a great spot for an afternoon hike or swim through crystal clear rain forest water. If you’re feeling ambitious, try rappelling down the 200-foot waterfall during one of the many guided tours available each day. – $4 – Dry Season only

Poás Volcano National Park
This park gives you the rare opportunity to witness the natural wonder and fury of an active volcano at a safe distance. Considered by many to be the most breathtaking view in Costa Rica, Poás Volcano National Park also holds one of the largest active volcanoes in the world. On a clear day it is possible to see both the Pacific and Atlantic coasts from its rugged volcanic-formed mountains. – $15 entrance fee

Punta Leona
This vitally important nature reserve is home to protected birds and wildlife as well as to transitional forests found nowhere else on earth. A bird watcher’s dream, this area includes 330 migratory and native bird species, including the rare Scarlet Macaw. The 750 acre refuge is virtually unknown and offers a glimpse of the true wild heart of nature in Costa Rica. – $50, includes lunch.

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Baldí Hot Springs Tour Package
Start your adventure gliding across the top of a rain forest on a zip line canopy tour and end with a relaxing dip in the volcano heated Baldí Hot Springs. There are 25 pools, rising in temperature with the elevation. Soak and relax while enjoying a view of the active Arenal Volcano. This package includes lunch and dinner at the hot springs.

– $51 day pass (Lunch and dinner included)

– $38 Zip-lining San Luis (optional)

Manuel Antonio National Park
Widely regarded as Costa Rica’s best national park, the Manuel Antonio National Park is also its smallest. Within the park’s three square miles, you’ll find untamed beaches, secluded coves, nature trails, and a dense, natural rain forest canopy. Walk along the park’s coastline or on one of the many trails to spot rare birds and camouflaged iguanas and sloths. You won’t have any trouble spotting monkeys – there are so many that the park built suspension bridges to give them free reign through the area. – $16 entrance fee


Whether lodging in a hacienda on the beach of the Sea of Cortez in Puerto Penasco, Mexico; a walled convent in the heart of Alajuela, Costa Rica; or in an apartment situated above the bustling metropolis of Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic, ISL’s lodgings for volunteers are unique and carefully chosen based on very important criteria.

Accommodations are safe, clean, and within a reasonable driving distance to service sites and recreational opportunities. Volunteers are provided their own bed, easy access to restrooms and showers, and meeting spaces for training and fellowship. Many ISL accommodations are unique and may include retreat houses, guest houses or home stays – all of which provide a distinctive cultural experience. ISL Country Coordinators provide a description of your lodging in the Final Trip Document posted to your My ISL Portal prior to your departure.

My experience in Costa Rica was an ideal opportunity for my first medical mission trip. The experience of cultural immersion is something so valuable, it has truly transformed my outlook on life and my own culture. I traveled with 15 intelligent, strong, and confident health care professionals (RN’s, RN students, NP’s, NP students, Nurse educators, and nurse education students) and with all we have to offer, I would argue we took home more than we gave.

— Lauren Stacy, Rivier University

Costa Rica's Staff

We love our staff and we are positive that you will too! Each staff member is professional, courteous, and has the same passion as you do: to serve others.

Gabriela Perez

Country Coordinator

Abdi Acuña

Team Leader

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Value Meets Flexibility
TitleMYX YearTraditional Year
All-in Cost$30K-$60K$100K-$220K+
Launch to Work After1 Year4+ Years
Location3 cities in 3 countries1 small college town
Campus Size150 max6,354 avg
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What can you study at the Myx? ›

One-to-one coaching, life skills classes, wellness, impact projects and community building are all part of the MYX. MYX is designed to provide a customized, high-touch gap year or summer program experience. This is the time to understand who you are, what you really want from your life, and how you will get there.

Is Costa Rica a good place to study abroad? ›

Demographically, there is a rich mix of old, young, and all types of ethnicities, making for an eclectic collage of cultures for students to experience. Studying abroad in Costa Rica truly allows students to experience a high quality of life that is both peaceful and unique to the region.

What do you think are the factors that lessen critical writing among students nowadays? ›

Primary reasons may be one or more of the following: They have a hard time getting started and feel overwhelmed by the task. They need to concentrate to form letters: it is not an automatic process. They struggle to organize and use mechanics of writing.

Can you use MYX without subscription? ›

While you can use the bike without the monthly membership by adjusting the resistance manually, most of the functions and features offered by the MYX II require access to an app, which costs $19.95 per month.

Is ICC is a private school? ›

Vision Statement

To be the leading private institution in the education industry with superior staff and a comfortable atmosphere for learning.

Can you watch TV on the MYX bike? ›

The Tablet Display

Even when you pay for the subscription you only get access to the class videos and nothing else. There was no option to stream TV or movies while I was riding, or no option to simply ride and show my performance metrics. There is also no way to play your own music through the tablet.

What are the requirements to study at UMP? ›

The minimum requirements for admission are:

English (Home Language or First Additional Language on at least NSC level 4 (5059%). Mathematics on minimum NSC level 4 or Mathematics literacy on minimum NSC level 6. A minimum of NSC level 4 for two of Life Science, Physical Science or Geography.

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How long will it take to receive my MYX Bike? You can expect to be contacted to schedule your delivery within 2-5 weeks. Actual delivery timeframes may vary depending on your location, carrier availability, weather, and other factors.

Is it hard to get a job in Costa Rica? ›

If you want to know how to find a job in Costa Rica, you should be aware that it is difficult. Costa Rican law heavily favors employing residents over temporary expats, and foreigners may only take up employment once they have permanent residency. But do not let this stop you from pursuing your Costa Rican dream.

Where is the most English spoken in Costa Rica? ›

English on the Caribbean Coast

The only place where English is the main language in Costa Rica is on the Caribbean coast, and the reason for this is that the population living there are descendants from Jamaica. Many people here have a Caribbean accent.

How much money do you need to live comfortably in Costa Rica? ›

Cost of Living in Costa Rica: $1,100 to $4,000
ExpenseCost $USD
Rent (Western-style 1-bedroom)$450
Utilities (including fast wifi)$140
Transportation (car + gas)$175
Food (mix of local & international)$375
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What are the challenges that you as a student encounter when writing an essay explain in detail? ›

One of the most common challenges in writing an essay is coming up with a thesis statement. This is the most critical part of the paper and acts as a brief hint to explain the objectives of the writer and what the reader can expect by the end of the paper.

What are some strategies that students can use to improve their writing skills? ›

How to improve your writing skills
  • Review grammar and spelling basics.
  • Read what you want to write.
  • Proofread.
  • Get feedback.
  • Think about structure.
  • Write.
  • Know some common fixes.
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What are the difficulties encountered by students in expressing themselves in writing? ›

Language Problem

poor vocabulary. awkward phrasing and unconventional grammar. inappropriate use of colloquial language. difficulty with sentence structure and word order.

How much is BODi monthly? ›

BODi is $19.95/month on top of your regular BOD membership cost. You can save some money by signing up for a 12-month membership to BODi.

What can you do with the MYX bike without subscription? ›

Without a subscription, the bike is still fully functional, but you lose access to all tablet features, including ride metrics and heart rate training.

Can you use AirPods with MYX bike? ›

The MYX bike is compatible with most Bluetooth headphones like AirPods, Beats by Dre, or Jaybirds.

Is ICC a 2 year college? ›

ICC Technical Institute is a 2-year college. A 2-year college offers programs that lead towards a Certificate or Associate's Degree. Some students decide to transfer to a 4-year after attending a 2-year in order to complete their Bachelor's degree.

Is international school better than private school? ›

These schools are not governed under the Education Act 1996 but are subject to supervision by the Ministry of Education through its Private Education Division. International schools often provide different extra-curricular activities, superior amenities, smaller classes, and, sometimes, residential facilities.

What does ICC mean in school? ›

I.C.C. stands for Inter-Club Council. The I.C.C. works in conjunction with the Associated Student Government to support student clubs.

Why is MYX better than peloton? ›

That said, the MYX II bike does have some advantages over the Peloton Bike: It has a higher weight capacity (350 pounds compared to Peloton's 300 pounds), comes with more pedal options, and you're not stuck with only one color option.

Is BOD and BODi different? ›

What is BODi? BODi stands for Beachbody on Demand interactive. While BOD is full of pre-recorded workouts and workout programs, Beachbody on Demand interactive gives you a way to participate in LIVE workouts with Beachbody trainers AS THEY'RE BEING RECORDED.

Can you stream other apps on MYX bike? ›

We strive to bring you the best workout experience with your MYX fitness routines. To that end, the MYX tablet is only compatible with approved built-in apps and a membership is required for full MYX functionality.

Which courses are still available at UMP online? ›

  • Advanced Diploma in Animal Production. Bachelor of Science in Forestry. Postgraduate Diploma in Agriculture. ...
  • Bachelor of Science Honours in Ecology. Bachelor of Science Honours in Entomology. ...
  • Higher Certificate in Information Communication Technology in User Support. Diploma in ICT in Applications Development.

What can I study with 25 APS at UMP? ›

  • Computer Applications TechnologyComputer Applications Technology Grade 12.
  • Civil TechnologyCivil Technology Grade 12.
  • Electrical TechnologyElectrical Technology Grade 12.
  • Engineering Graphics and DesignsEngineering Graphics and Designs Grade 12.
  • Geography.
  • Information TechnologyInformation Technology Grade 12.

Which courses are still available at UMP for 2022? ›

  • Bachelor of Laws. Bachelor of Administration Honours. Bachelor of Arts Honours in Industrial Psychology. Master of Commerce (MCOM) ...
  • Postgraduate Diploma in Hospitality Management. Higher Certificate in Event Management.
  • Bachelor of Social Work. Bachelor of Arts Honours in Psychology. Bachelor of Arts Honours in Siswati.

Do you need spin shoes for MYX bike? ›

We don't think you should need specialty shoes for at-home cycling. If you already have them you can use them, as both cycling and athletic shoes are compatible with the MYX bike. Our dual-purpose pedals have oversized cages on one side to accommodate athletic shoes and SPD-compatible clips on the other.

Do you need a mat for MYX bike? ›

Remember, the MYX tablet swivels so you can enjoy workouts on and off the bike. Has no carpets, for optimal bike stability. We recommend a stabilization mat if you choose to place your bike on carpet. Learn more about specs here.

Is MYX bike owned by Beachbody? ›

The world's leader in home fitness solutions, Beachbody has changed the way people work out for over two decades. Now, we're combining the power of the pro-grade Beachbody Bike by MYX with our world-class workouts on BODi to take your home fitness studio — and your results — to a new level.

What jobs are in high demand in Costa Rica? ›

The most in-demand roles here are in STEM, data analysis, AI, and marketing and communications, according to the Instituto de Investigación en Ciencias Económicas de la Universidad de Costa Rica (Economic Sciences Research Institute of the University of Costa Rica, UCR) and the Comisión Nacional de Préstamos para ...

How much monthly income do I need to live in Costa Rica? ›

Regardless of where you settle down, the overall cost of living is relatively low when compared to the United States and much of Europe. Most single expats in Costa Rica can live comfortably on USD$1,500 to $2,000 per month. A family of four may be able to live comfortably on USD$3,000 to $3500.

What is the minimum wage per hour in Costa Rica? ›

Because Costa Rica does not have a minimum wage, there is no mandatory minimum rate of pay for workers in Costa Rica. Pay rates must be agreed upon directly with the employer through collective bargaining or other means of negotiating a fair living wage.

What is the happiest country in the world Costa Rica? ›

Costa Rica is officially the happiest and most sustainable country in the world, according to the Happy Planet Index (HPI).

Are Costa Ricans friendly? ›

Costa Ricans tend to be proud, friendly, and diverse people who enjoy sharing their culture and social activities with newcomers. Costa Rica is the place of pura vida (pure life), a contagious attitude of living life to the fullest.

Is Costa Rica English friendly? ›

English is widely spoken but not all Costa Ricans speak English. People assume that because Costa Rica is a touristic country and that there are so many North Americans here, that all the locals know English. Though many Costa Ricans know a degree of English, not all of them do.

Can you live on $1000 a month in Costa Rica? ›

Many expats can live comfortably on $1,000 to $3,000 a month in Costa Rica.

What is the cheapest place to live in Costa Rica? ›

Let's start in the Capital city of San Jose. It's located almost central in the country and is a highly developed city with all the amenities that a tourist or long stay visitor could require. Plus, the cost of living in San Jose Costa Rica is some of the cheapest in the entire country.

How much does a house in Costa Rica cost? ›

Cost Comparison Chart:
United States v/s Costa RicaUnited States Average ($)Costa Rica Average ($)
Housing (comparable 3 bedroom, 2 bath)$1000-3000$500-1200
Gasoline (per gallon of regular)$3.00$5.00
ADSL Internet monthly (1024/512 kb/sec)$34.95$28.25
Home Phone Service (basic monthly fee)$29.95$7.00
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What is the biggest challenge faced by students today introduction? ›

Having a time management system is perhaps the most difficult challenge for students to overcome because it depends entirely on self-motivation. Students need to be serious about their education, learn how to manage time, set their daily schedule, and study despite constant distractions.

What are the greatest challenges faced by the students nowadays? ›

The Top Three Challenges Students Face
  • Financial. Most students can't write a personal check or dip into a savings account to pay for tuition, books, and other educational expenses. ...
  • Managing Commitments. Balancing work, school, and family is another major challenge students face. ...
  • Academic Preparedness.
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What problems do you usually encounter in distance learning? ›

What Are the Challenges of Online Learning for Students?
  • Ineffective Time Management.
  • Lack of Instant Communication.
  • Not Receiving Timely Feedback.
  • Not Receiving Clear Instructions or Expectations.
  • Share Time Management Apps and Resources for Students.
  • Utilize Educational Technology (“EdTech”)
  • Increase Peer Review.

How can weak students improve writing skills? ›

Remind students that writing is a process that helps us clarify ideas.
  1. Developing ideas.
  2. Finding a focus and a thesis.
  3. Composing a draft.
  4. Getting feedback and comments from others.
  5. Revising the draft by expanding ideas, clarifying meaning, reorganizing.
  6. Editing.
  7. Presenting the finished work to readers.

What are the 5 basic writing skills? ›

Basic writing skills: These include spelling, capitalization, punctuation, handwriting and keyboarding, and sentence structure (e.g., learning to eliminate run-ons and sentence fragments). Basic writing skills are sometimes called the “mechanics” of writing.

What are the most common barriers students have in your own experience? ›

Emotional barriers to learning
  • Peer pressure. Not just a school yard issue, your workforce can experience this too. ...
  • Fear of failure. ...
  • Lack of self-esteem. ...
  • Lack of goals. ...
  • Course format. ...
  • Poor learner experience.

What is it called when you can't write? ›

Dysgraphia is a neurological condition and learning difference in which someone has difficulty with writing for their age level.

Is San Joaquin Delta College free? ›

Don't forget that Delta College tuition fees are waived for first-time, full-time students! Many other students also qualify for an income-based tuition waiver. Altogether, more than two-thirds of Delta students pay no tuition.

How much does it cost to go to ATM college? ›

The total tuition and living expense budget for in-state Texas residents to go to Texas A&M is $31,467 for the 2020/2021 academic year.
Total Costs.
Estimated Budgets
In-State Tuition$8,974
Other Fees$3,809
Room and Board$11,400
On-Campus Other Budget$6,062
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Is Gavilan college free? ›

As a Gavilan Promise student, you will receive: Free tuition ($46 per unit) for eligible first-time college students for up to two years. Comprehensive academic support services.

How much is each unit at VVC? ›

Enrollment: $46 per unit for each unit enrolled. Student Center: Maximum is $10 per academic year ($5 fall term and $5 spring term).

What GPA is required for Delta College? ›

1. Obtained at least 24 semester hours with a 2.0 GPA or higher or; 2. Must have passed a minimum accumulation of 36 semester credit hours for a fall sport, 48 semester credit hours for a spring sport, with a 2.0 GPA or higher, regardless of previous term or other accumulation requirements.

Is SJVC a real college? ›

SJVC is a private institution and is approved to operate as an accredited institution by the California Bureau of Private Postsecondary Education (BPPE).

Can I go to Delta College for free? ›

Don't forget that Delta College tuition fees are waived for first-time, full-time students! Many other students also qualify for an income-based tuition waiver. Altogether, more than two-thirds of Delta students pay no tuition.

What GPA do you need to get into ATM? ›

Transfer applicants should have at least a 2.5 grade point average (GPA) on at least 24 graded semester hours of transferable coursework at the time of application to be considered for admission.

How much is Harvard tuition? ›

How many semesters are there in college? ›

There are generally two semesters per academic year: Fall (beginning in August or September) and Spring (beginning in January).

Is Gavilan College an accredited school? ›

Gavilan College is accredited by the Accrediting Commission for Community and Junior Colleges, Western Association of Schools and Colleges, 10 Commercial Blvd., Suite 204, Novato, CA 94949, (415) 506-0234, an institutional accrediting body recognized by the Council for Higher Education Accreditation and the U.S. ...

Is Gavilan College a good school? ›

Gavilan is a great community college! The counselors and teachers really try to help you achieve your goals while attending. I had an overall great experience and was able to take extra classes to get my A.S. earlier than expected. It is a small school where you don't feel lost, and has a great coming feeling.

What type of college is Gavilan College? ›

Gavilan College is a public community college in Santa Clara County, California.

What GPA is required for VVC? ›

GPA REQUIREMENT: Earn a cumulative GPA of 2.0 or higher in all degree-applicable units including all units from other colleges attended, if applicable.

How many units do you need to graduate VVC? ›

General Requirements

Completion of a minimum of 60 CSU-transferable semester units, including a minimum of 12 units through VVC (per Title 5, Section 55063).

How many units is full time VVC? ›

A full-time student must be enrolled in a minimum of 12 units during fall or spring terms or in 6 or more units during summer or winter terms.


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