Student Forms and Information
This page is for all undergraduate students who have been accepted into the 2019 RMBL Undergraduate Summer Program. You have been accepted, if you have received an acceptance letter by email. We typically send out acceptance letters in March.
Once you have decided to join our program at RMBL, please make a $500 online deposit to secure your spot. The deposit is not refundable, if you decide not to come to RMBL this summer. The 40 education spots are filled on a first come, first served basis and our program typically fills up by late March. Once we receive your $500 online deposit, we will confirm with you whether you have a spot in our program.
If you decide to accept, please immediately pay your $500 deposit. The deposit can be paid by using the following link here:
Please fill out, sign, and upload by April 15, 2019 the below forms here:
Forms to Complete
If you have any trouble uploading the forms, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
The $6,900 fee will be due upon arrival. Please note: $250 of the deposit will be applied towards the program fee upon arrival and $250 will be cashed as a housing deposit and will be returned at the end of the summer season minus outstanding charges if housing is clean and damage-free upon departure
You will interact with a number of RMBL people both before and during your stay. Your mentor will primarily help you plan the dates you will be in Gothic and help you develop your project. Samantha Siegfried, our Operations Coordinator, (phone: 970-349-7231 or email: email@example.com) can provide assistance with logistics (e.g., travel, how RMBL works) and she can help with questions that you have but aren’t certain who to ask. Dr. Rosemary Smith and Parris Humphrey will coordinate your program. They will organize the weekly meetings you will have this summer and will serve as an additional resource person on your project. You will interact with them once you arrive. Dr. Rosemary Smith (firstname.lastname@example.org) can answer questions about the undergraduate program in the interim.