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ASB Applications

Apply to be a part of the exciting 2015 Alternative Spring Break program!

The Alternative Spring Break (ASB) program places teams of Drexel students in communities to engage in community service and experiential learning during spring break. The objectives of the ASB program are to involve students in community-based service projects – locally, domestically and internationally – and to provide opportunities for engagement in activities that benefit the environment, the communit, and those in need.

The 2015 ASB program will run held March 21-29. Students interested in applying to the program will complete the application found on the Office of Campus Activities DragonLink page, under “forms”.  The team leader application deadline is Friday, Oct. 24. Participant application deadline is Friday, Nov. 21.

ASB trips require a financial commitment from participants and if selected, a $100 non-refundable deposit will be due to secure your spot. The remainder of the participant fee will be due prior to departure on a trip-by-trip basis. Trip participants are expected to conduct fundraising to off-set costs if necessary. Trip notifications and offers will be made December 2014.

ASB Application Instructions

  1. Log-in to DrexelOne and click the Community and Community tab. 
  2. Click the DragonLink hyperlink located on the top left of the page under the Campus Involvement menu header.  You will then be logged-in to DragonLink. 
  3. When logged-in to DragonLink, search for the Office of Campus Activities page, click forms on the left menu or click this link.

Applications must be submitted by the deadline – there are no exceptions. Fees associated with a trip are determined based on transportation expenses, lodging and registration along with meals. It is the best deal you can get for a week of travel and helping others in communities locally, domestically and internationally.  Please contact bko29@drexel.edu or aaf63@drexel.edu with any questions regarding the Alternative Spring Break program.