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September 28th and 29th, 2002

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This is the archived site for the Fall 2002 Collegium Caidis. Information on the current session, as well as forms and other general collegium information, can be found on the Collegium Caidis home page.

The following schedule and catalog are for the Fall 2002 Collegium.

Class Schedule Grid
Course Catalog

Schedule
  Saturday, September 28, 2002 Sunday, September 29, 2002
Registration begins 8:00 AM 8:30 AM
Classes begin 9:00 AM 9:00 AM
Classes conclude 6:00 PM 4:00 PM

Registration

Collegium registration is $10.00. (fee covers all classes) Makes checks payable to "SCA Inc./Collegium Caidis".

Registration must be done by U.S. Postal service. No overnight, special delivery or signature requested, please!!! The mailing address is under "Registrar," under "Collegium Caidis," on the inside back cover of the Crown Prints.

Site and Directions

Fall 2002 Collegium will be held in Calafia at the College of St. Artemas (UC San Diego). There are directions to and maps of the campus on the university web site.

Site: International Center (Building 990), University of California San Diego (UCSD) Mandeville Lane and Gilman Drive La Jolla, CA 92093.

Directions: From the North or South Take Interstate 5 to the La Jolla Village Dr. Exit, Turn West on La Jolla Village Drive, Turn Right on Gilman, Turn Left at the 3rd stop sign, Mandeville Way. The International Center is on your right. UCSD map is available at: http://www.ucsd.edu/map/directions.html. The International Center is building #990. There is no fee for parking on weekends.

Reminder

Bring note-taking supplies for all classes. Pay particular attention to any special student needs suggested by the instructor in the class descriptions. For questions about registration, contact the registrar, questions about programming contact the programming regent, questions about the site, contact the Site Autocrat.

Lodging and Dining

from Anne du Beausoleil of Calafia:
"There aren't any decently priced hotels nearby as La Jolla is sooooo expensive in general, however, in Mira Mesa we have three hotels on Miramar and the 15 and one at Mira Mesa Blvd and the 15. The Best Western at Miramar seems to be the best value in terms of cost and cleanliness, that is where my wedding guests stayed."

The Best Western, Anne is talking about is 10 or less minutes from the site. You may also want to look for motels on Mira Mesa Blvd, Miramar Blvd., Clairmont Mesa Blvd and Mission Valley isn't that far away.

Eadric is also putting together a Restaurant map. There are some great restaurants nearby!

Contacts

Collegium Chancellor: Duchess Ceinwen ferch Rhys [  ]

Programming: THL Cynthia de Wickersham [  ]

Registrar: Master Alewaulfe the Red [  ]

Site Autocrat:

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