LandSea 2021 Update
Registrations and deposits for LandSea Pre-Orientation program are taken on a first-come, first-served basis. We encourage anyone interested in participating to register and deposit as early as possible in order to have the best odds of getting one of our limited spots.
Various need-based scholarship forms: May 15th
Required LandSea forms and paperwork: July 1st
All required LandSea paperwork MUST be submitted no later than July 1st. For those applying for LandSea scholarships the registration, deposit, and scholarship application must be submitted by May 15th.
Failure to meet the deadline may result in your ineligibility to participate and forteiture of any refund.
LandSea Registration & Deposit
First things first, let’s get you signed up for the trip! Complete the LandSea Registration Form no later than July 1st (or May 15th for those applying for a LandSea scholarship). After completing the registration there will be a link provided to complete the $100 non-refundable deposit by credit card.
Scholarship Application (optional)
Scholarship submission deadline: May 15th
Aside from completing and submitting the Scholarship Application, in order to be considered for one of the LandSea scholarships applicants must first complete and submit the LandSea Registration form, pay the LandSea deposit by May 15th.
LandSea Release & Waiver
Complete the LandSea Release & Waiver through your student account. Before signing, please review the LandSea Participant Handbook
A doctor’s physical is required of all students before participating in LandSea or Athletics. Please print out the Pre-participation Physical Form and bring to your physician for completion.This form will need to be completed and uploaded to your Status Page.
Proof of Insurance
Make a copy or scan of both sides of your insurance card and upload to your Status Page. Please check to make sure the copy/scan is legible! If using a smartphone to take a picture of your insurance card, please use a scanning app (i.e. CamScanner). This provides us a cleaner image of your card.
If you are enrolling in the College’s insurance, please enroll in the program by July 1. Once enrolled, you can download your insurance card and send a copy to us.
You will not have proof of insurance by the July 1st deadline if you are enrolling in Kalamazoo College insurance. In this case, please let our staff know that you are enrolling in institution insurance and send us a copy of your card once you get it.
Proof of Insurance for International Students
Please note that not every health insurance plan will cover medical expenses incurred out of the state of residence. Other companies will only allow emergency coverage. Please check with your insurance company about their travel coverage and ensure that your policy covers you during your time in New York. Many companies will allow travel exemptions for a short period of time if they are made aware ahead of time of the travel to another state.
All Kalamazoo College students are required to complete the Medical Questionnaire prior to arriving on campus. You will need your KNET username and password to access the site.
If you are under 18, at the end of the medical questionnaire will be a Minor’s Consent to Treat form.
All Kalamazoo College students are required to submit their immunization records through the Student Health Center website. As a new student, you’ll need to create an account the first time you visit this site.
Please send the most updated official copy of your immunization record to the College by email (NewStudentForms@kzoo.edu), mail (Kalamazoo College, New Student Forms, 1200 Academy St, Kalamazoo MI 49006), or fax (269-337-7390).
For Immunization History questions contact: firstname.lastname@example.org or 269-337-7200.
Two additional forms will be completed on Check-in Day. These forms include: Raquette River Outfitter’s Release (for canoes), and Beaver Brook Outfitters Release (for rafting).
Please submit your forms by uploading the forms to Your Status Page.
For questions regarding the Medical Health Questionnaire or any of the other health-related requirements, please contact the Student Health Center:
Phone: (269) 337-7200
Note: In the run-up to LandSea the Student Health Center is operating on reduced summer hours and response to your phone call or e-mail may be delayed. Because of their reduced hours, the processing of forms may take several days, particularly immunization records which require additional review and approval.
We highly recommend that you send in your forms as soon as you have finished them. The earlier, the better.
To check the status of your completed forms, please check Your Status Page.