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The Ithaca College Washington Semester Program is accepting applications for the spring 2005 semester.

Two informational sessions will be held: Tuesday, October 19, at 12:05 pm in Park 220 and Thursday, October 21, at 12:05 pm in Studio D on the first floor of Park Hall. These sessions are also intended for students interested in attending the Washington Semester Program in fall '05 and spring '06. Former participants in the program will be at the sessions to share their experiences.

In addition, Ivo Spalatin, our Washington program internship coordinator, will be on campus on Wednesday and Thursday, October 27-28. On October 28, Ivo will hold a general informational session at 12:05pm in Studio D for students interested in fall '05 and spring '06 participation.

If faculty would like Ivo to make a brief (5-10 minute) classroom presentation to discuss the program (especially first-year and sophomore classes), please contact Tom Bohn, Director, Washington Semester Program, bohn@ithaca.edu or call 274-3640.

Students enrolled in the program earn 12-15 credits through coursework, special seminars, and a 6-credit internship. Students live in a comfortable residence hall located on Connecticut Avenue just south of the National Zoo in the Woodley Park section of Washington.

For additional information, please contact Thomas W. Bohn, Director, Washington Semester Program, 111 Towers Concourse, 607-274-3640; 607-274-1608, bohn@ithaca.edu, washington@ithaca.edu.

Contributed by Tom Bohn

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