Rambling in Robo: DOC Trips 2012 Registration

Note: This post is part of the “Rambling in Robo” series, which provides news & updates from the DOC First-Year Trips Directorate as planning & organizing the program gets underway.  Always refer to the DOC First-Year Trips website for dates, details, and logistics.  Read the introduction to this series here.

It’s time to register for DOC Trips 2012!

We’ve waited long enough.  After a few months of getting ourselves ready for DOC Trips, registration is now open.  Check out the official registration page here.

There are a LOT of important details and information we do not want you to miss, so please take some time to look over the instructions, letters and forms before you sign-up online.  Check out welcome letters from the DOC Trips Director, Emo, as well as Dean April Thomspon.  Also, we have specific welcome letters for International Students, Transfer Students, or Exchange Students.  So many letters!

We understand you have a lot of questions about the DOC Trips program, and hopefully we have answers. Below you will find several documents that will help you through registration.

  • The first is instructions. This document walks through all the different parts of the registration, including schedule, trip type, payment and actual registration. Please read this all the way through! It has a lot of important information.
  • The recollections from current students share experiences that your peers had with DOC First Year Trips.  There are so many different ways to enjoy DOC Trips, so check out the “Voices of Trips” blog post series from other current students who have shared their own experiences.
  • Once you have read through this information, there’s a link to the online registration form and the signature form that you need to print and send back to us!
  • Please complete all registration materials by Friday June 15, 2012.

Have more questions? Not sure which trip is right for you?  

Join DOC Trips for a LIVE Q&A chat on THURSDAY JUNE 7 at 8:00pm Eastern.

No webcam required, parents welcome. More info available here.

P.S. Check out our recent post “Which Trip Should I Go On.”  More posts coming soon with information about the types of DOC Trips you can choose from!  As always, feel free to contact us with any questions.


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