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Info for Admitted Students


There are a number of things you must do in order to go on the Princeton in Argentina trip.

Complete the steps listed on the Undergraduate International Travel Checklist

The following item is to be delivered to Nikki Woolward at 359 East Pyne

Medical profile - found on the Undergraduate International Travel Checklist. Please deliver the completed form along with your immunization records in a sealed envelope with your name and “Princeton in Argentina” on it.

Please send a request for your immunization records via e-mail to uhs@princeton.edu with your name, DOB, and class year. No payment is required for your immunization records.
 
The following items are to be emailed to Nikki Woolward at woolward@princeton.edu

1.  Flight itinerary - Full flight information must be provided (ex. flight number & airline). In the subject line please write: Princeton in Argentina: flight information

2.  Copy of passport. in the subject line please write: Princeton in Argentina: copy of passport

The housing questionnaire, which you will receive in an email, is to be returned by emailed to Alejandro Manara, the housing coordinator in Buenos Aires

Reciprocity Fee

As a result of a recent change in Argentine law, prior to arrival in Argentina at any entry point, U.S. citizen tourist and business travelers must pay a $160 reciprocity fee by credit card online at the Provincia Pagos website. Once paid, you must print out the receipt and present it to the Argentine immigration officer at the time of entry. The fee is valid for ten years from the date of payment and multiple entries.

Financial Aid

For summer courses, the Office of Financial Aid offers aid recipients student loans to help meet costs. Princeton also offers summer savings replacement aid. See the Summer School Funding Information under "Other Information" on the Financial Aid for Current Students website.