Frequently Asked Questions
- When can I register for ASB?
- What are my payment options?
- How quickly do trips fill up?
- Can I be placed on a waiting list?
- Can I register for my friend?
- Can I leave early or depart late from my ASB trip?
- How can I become and ASB Site Leader?
When can I register for ASB?
All spots for ASB 2013 are now full. To be added to the ASB waitlist, contact Christine Belcher at email@example.com with your trip preference.
What are my payment options?
Payment must be made in full at the time of registration. Only online payments with a debit/credit card will be accepted. There are no refunds for ASB fees. Please carefully consider whether you can commit to an ASB trip before signing up.
How quickly do trips fill up?
Air travel trips usually fill up very quickly (some within the first day of registration). In 2012, registration for all trips was completed by early January. Keep in mind that registration opens at noon.
Can I be placed on a waiting list?
OSV does maintain a short waiting list for each trip. However, please be aware that students rarely cancel their ASB reservations. The only way to guarantee a spot in ASB is to register for an available trip. To be placed on a waiting list, you must choose one trip. You may not register for an ASB trip and then ask to be placed on the waiting list for another trip. To be placed on the waiting list, please email Christine Belcher.
Can I register for my friend?
Unfortunately, no. The system will only allow you to register and pay for one trip. Each student is responsible for his or her own registration.
Can I leave early or depart late from my ASB trip?
No. All students must stay together during spring break. No early or late departures will be allowed. Additionally, air travelers should consider the possibility of weather-related delays.
How can I become an ASB Site Leader?
ASB Site Leader applications will be available after Viva Volunteer in October. Previous Viva or ASB participation is preferred. While you may apply to be an ASB Site Leader, there is no guarantee that you will be selected to lead. The benefit of being a Site Leader is a guaranteed spot for the trip you are assigned.
ASB Site Leader applications are now closed.