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January 16th-20th, 2014

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The New England College Lacrosse Tour represents a unique opportunity for California high school lacrosse players to speak with Lacrosse coaches at colleges like Boston College, Boston University, Tufts University, Providence College, Brown University, Bates College, Babson College, Endicott College, University of Rhode Island, Connecticut College, and Trinity College. Additional college visits are available based on the make up of the group.

College Tours, Information Sessions, Meet Coaches, Players, and Admissions Counselors

In partnership with Student Cultural Exchange, we arrange all visits to college and universities. College and University visits include tours of the campus and athletic facilities, information sessions, meetings with the coaching staff and when possible, meetings with current players. When possible, the group will watch β€œfall-ball” practices.

Lodging: Groups stay in reputable, well-established hotels that are close to the colleges and universities we will be visiting. Examples of these hotels include Howard Johnson in Portland, Maine (Bates and Bowdoin visits) Ramada Inn in Middletown, RI (Providence College, Brown visits) and Marriot Hotel in Mystic, CT (University of Rhode Island and Connecticut College visits).

Meals: Breakfast, lunch and dinner is included each day with tuition. Meals vary (depending upon the collective will of the group). Breakfasts are usually eaten at the hotel, lunch is usually on the road or when possible, eaten at a college with lacrosse players from that team. Dinners are a great chance for the students to experience different parts of New England scenery and culture (pizza parties, seafood restaurants in Rhode Island, restaurants in Chinatown in Boston, etc)

Transportation: Student Cultural Exchange picks the students up at the airport in Boston and in responsible for all transportation during the course of the program. When traveling between colleges, the students are transported in 15 passenger vans.

Activities: When not visiting colleges and speaking with coaches, or group takes part in activities that allow them to unwind and enjoy time together. A sample of these activities include bowling, movies, cliff walks in Newport, Rhode Island, etc.

Please download the application from the link at the top of the page and email back.

For more information and questions please contact Matt Bond at mtbond@jhu.edu.