Travel to and from Cuba
The group will depart Jackson together on Saturday, March 9 on a commercial flight to Miami, Florida. From Miami, a charter flight is taken to Havana. The program will conclude on Saturday, March 16 and the group will return via charter flight to Miami and then to Jackson on a commercial flight. Students do not need to book their own flights. The flights are included in the cost of the program and will be arranged by program administrators.
A valid U.S. passport AND a Cuban visa will be required for travel. If you wish to participate in the program, you must obtain a passport immediately. The program administrators will aid students in obtaining Cuban visas, but passports are required in order to obtain the visa.
A U.S. Department of State “Consular Information Sheet” on Cuba is available on the Department of State’s Website. See http://travel.state.gov/travel/. This is a U.S. government overview of information concerning Cuba for U.S. travelers. Please check it periodically for updates. In the unlikely event that Cuba is declared an “area of instability” by the U.S. government before or during the trip, or if the U.S. issues a “travel warning” for Cuba, students will be permitted to withdraw from the program and will receive a full refund of monies paid to MC Law.
The U.S. Department of State recommends (but does not require) U.S. citizens to register trips abroad with the Department of State. MC Law will register all program participants with the Department of State prior to the program.
MC Law does not anticipate that the program will be cancelled. However, in the unfortunate event that cancellation occurs, MC Law will refund all monies paid within 20 days of cancellation, and assistance will be provided in finding a similar study abroad program if so desired.
If there are any changes to significant aspects of the program (classes offered, teachers, dates, etc.), these will be communicated promptly, and students will be permitted to withdraw from the program and obtain a full refund of monies paid to MC Law for the program.
Access for Persons with Disabilites
Persons with disabilities should speak with program administrators in advance of applying. Transportation and accommodations in Cuba are not as accessible to those with certain disabilities. MC Law will make every effort to ensure students can participate.