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Washburn Alumni association membership

Show your Ichabod Pride by joining the Washburn Alumni Association or renewing your membership. You'll receive numerous benefits as a member and be giving back to the University.

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Travel insurance
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The Alumni Association offers travel insurance. Travel medical or trip protection insurance options are available for individuals or groups traveling abroad.

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Where do you want to go?

Do you have a destination in mind? Email Director Susie Hoffmann with your suggestion or for more information about Alumni Association trips.

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Travel

Traveling Ichabods in Vietnam in 2014

Join fellow Ichabods on trips across the globe during one of our Washburn University Alumni Association trips. We’ve taken Ichabods to China, Australia, London, England and dozens of other destinations.

For more information about our trips, call 785.670.1641 or send us an email.

Germany, Austria, Switzerland ... and a little bit of Italy:
May 22-June 1, 2016

Join us for what will undoubtedly be another wonderful trip.  We're headed to Germany, Austria and Switzerland ... and a morning on Lake Como in Italy.  We'll spend two nights each in Munich, Zermatt and Lucerne and one night each in Innsbruck, St. Moritz and Lugano. Along the way, we'll also visit the nearby cities of Salzburg, Oberammagau, Fussen and Como.

Cost is $3,775 per person (double occupancy) and includes airfare, hotel, tours, eight breakfasts, one lunch and two dinners. View the brochure and registration form.Call our travel agent to save your spot, 1-800-444-4248. 

Cuba: Fall, 2016

We  plan to schedule an alumni trip to Cuba next fall ... likely in October or November. The trip will include visits to Havana, Cienfuegos, Trinidad and Santa Clara. Once the dates are finalized, we'll begin promoting the trip. In the meantime, if you have any interest in traveling with us to Cuba, please contact Susie Hoffmann. Although the price has yet to be determined, it will be in the neighborhood of $5,800 per person (double occupancy) which will include round trip airfare between Miami and Havana, hotels, tours and most meals.

Although diplomatic relations are changing between the U.S. and Cuba, open travel between the two countries is still restricted. Our travel agent holds a People-to-People license from the U.S. Department of the Treasury, Office of Foreign Assets Control (OFAC), authorizing registered travelers on this educational exchange program to visit Cuba.