FAQs, Forms and Instructions
QUESTIONS? Contact our Admissions Team!
FINANCIAL AID FAQs will be updated by December 11, 2013 -- stay tuned!
FAQs and instructions for CORNELL students (special financial aid is available for you!)
FAQs and instructions for UNH students (special financial aid is available for you!)
FAQs and instructions for NON-CORNELL/UNH students
FAQs and instructions for HIGH SCHOOL students (limited aid is available)
FAQs and instructions for INTERNATIONAL students (contact Shoals for help!)
GRADUATE / NON-TRADITIONAL STUDENTS: Contact Shoals for details and instructions.
DEPOSIT PAYMENT INSTRUCTIONS will be updated this fall -- stay tuned!
For all accepted students: Deposit Payment Instructions
Your Shoals Confirmation Letter will include instructions (this letter will be sent to you via email after you complete the Shoals Fastrak or registration process - also available above as a PDF). Non-refundable deposits ($700/course) are due within 10 business days of receiving your Shoals Confirmation Letter. Students who do not pay their course deposits on time may forfeit their space, and financial aid award! If you need help with paying your deposit, contact Shoals.
FOR NON-CORNELL INTERNATIONAL STUDENTS ONLY
Shoals welcomes International students into all credit courses. If you are a student not matriculating at Cornell, please follow this link to complete the Cornell Summer Session I-20 REQUEST FORM; your request must be received by Cornell within 6 weeks of the start of your Shoals course. Questions? Contact Shoals! International students from UNH, please contact Shoals.
ACCEPTANCE PACKET MATERIALS (payment, enrollment and packing instructions and health/medical questionnaire*)
All accepted students (includes research interns) will receive instructions electronically from firstname.lastname@example.org; PDFs are available here just in case you misplace the email or the attachments! QUESTIONS? contact Shoals.
Acceptance Packet for CORNELL students (IF taking Underwater Research; see the course page for SCUBA forms)
Acceptance Packet for UNH students (IF taking Underwater Research; see the course page for SCUBA forms)
Acceptance Packet for NON-CORNELL/UNH students (includes high school, graduate, non-traditional)
Appledore Island Research GUIDE for UNDERGRADUATE RESEARCH interns
*Medical insurance is required; if you do not have medical coverage, go to: http://www.insuremytrip.com/
REGARDING SPECIAL NEEDS:
Accepted Cornell and non-Cornell students (includes all high school students enrolled in Shoals credit courses) with special needs should contact Cornell's Student Disability Services (607-254-4545 or email@example.com); the SDS staff will guide you through the special accommodations process! Please contact SDS at least 4 weeks prior to course start.
Accepted UNH students with special needs should contact Disability Service for UNH Students. The staff will guide you through the special accommodations process! Please make arrangements at least 4 weeks prior to course start.