Giving

Semester at Sea Annual Fund

Semester at Sea continues to set the standard in comparative global education, and gifts to the SAS Annual Fund have an immediate impact upon our ability to provide an unparalleled educational experience to the best and brightest students from around the world.

Annual Fund Overview

Why Is the Semester at Sea Annual Fund Important?

The Annual Fund is the lifeblood that keeps Semester at Sea strong. Gifts to the SAS Annual Fund support the areas of greatest need, including shipboard improvements, scholarships, and transformational Field Classes — and allow us to strategically address emerging needs and challenges as they arise.

We rely on private support to meet the changing needs of Semester at Sea, as we must adapt quickly to fluctuating fuel prices, current events, weather, and student needs. Your support of the SAS Annual Fund allows us to provide a transformational study abroad journey to hundreds of exceptional students each semester.

Please support the SAS Annual Fund by making a gift today. A gift to Semester at Sea is an investment in the future and reflects your commitment to global education, peace, and better tomorrows. The world is waiting.

Annual Fund Priorities

  • Shipboard improvements
  • Student financial aid support
  • Transformational Field Program development
  • COVID-19 health & safety resources
  • Daily operating costs (fluctuating fuel prices, current events, and changing weather)

Is My Gift to the SAS Annual Fund Tax-Deductible?

All gifts to Semester at Sea are tax-deductible in accordance with IRS regulations. Semester at Sea’s fiscal year begins on June 1 and ends on May 31. All gifts are gratefully received, and each donor who makes a tax-deductible gift will receive a tax receipt. The Institute for Shipboard Education’s Tax ID# is: 95-3075415.

If you have questions about the Semester at Sea Annual Fund, please contact Susan Sigman, Director of Philanthropy, at 970.293.3293 or ssigman@isevoyages.org.

Make an Impact Today

Your gift today will directly and immediately impact Semester at Sea students, faculty, and programs alike.