Early Enrollment Discount

It always pays to plan ahead!

Enroll by October 31, 2022 in CELA Belize programs for January or Summer 2023 and save $100 on tuition!

How does it work?

Step 1: Complete your application. Apply for your preferred CELA program(s), including your essay and application fee.

Step 2: Receive your admissions decision. What do we look for in an application? Someone who truly wants to make the most of their CELA experience and who is willing to work hard and be a great team player. If you are not admitted to the 2023 program, the CELA admissions office will offer you suggestions on improving your application for 2024.

Your acceptance letter comes with a tuition statement that will reflect your $100 early enrollment discount. If you are attending two programs, you will get a $100 discount on each program.

Step 3: Pay your deposit. In order to receive the $100 discount, your tuition deposit must be paid by October 31, 2022. Once we receive your deposit, your space will be held, and your discount will be locked in for your upcoming adventure!


Want to study abroad but not sure if you can afford it? You are not alone! While studying abroad gives you an appreciation for the world outside of your home country, grows your character and confidence, and gives you great opportunities, many still worry about paying off student debt in the future. Thankfully, you can pursue a couple of options that may make that trip of a lifetime a little bit more affordable.

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The Gilman Scholarship offers awards of $5000 for undergraduate study abroad for U.S. undergraduate students who are receiving Federal Pell Grant funding at a two-year or four-year college or university. Talk to us about applying!


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Many of our alumni have been successful raising money from friends, family, and community through crowdfunding. Tell your story, share your passion, and people may want to be a part of your adventure and growth!
The Gilman-McCain Scholarship is open to US citizen undergraduate students who are child dependents of active duty service members and receiving any type of Title IV federal financial aid to participate in study abroad programs worldwide.