September 21 - December 15
OR as soon as the buses fill up!
ALL pro-life college students in Michigan
$183.00. Includes transportation, hotel stay, monuments tour, snacks, and an MFL t-shirt!
A Note Regarding COVID-19
Protect Life Michigan is taking safety precautions and will be offering refunds in case of COVID-19 related cancellations.
We are closely monitoring the situation so we can adapt this event as needed, keeping your safety as our highest priority. We will keep you updated as we make decisions based on new information. In the meantime, we are planning on this event going forward as scheduled, with precautions taken to protect your health and safety. Below is a list of social distancing measures that will be implemented. This list is not exhaustive and is subject to change. If you have questions or concerns, please reach out to Melinda: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Frequently asked questions
Q: Why does the bus make so many stops?
A: By law, bus drivers are required to stop every 3 hours to take a break, to avoid exhaustion. At some stops, the law also requires us to disembark for refueling.
Q: Why don't we just fly to D.C?
A: Taking buses helps keep costs down for our students!
Q: Do we have to March as a group?
A: We love Marching with our group, but sometimes people get seperated in the large crowd. Don't worry if this happens!
Q: How long is the March for Life Rally?
A: The rally usually begins at 12pm and runs right into the March, which goes until about 4pm. Tip: Bring water and snacks!
Q: Can I bring my purse/bag into the March for Life Rally?
A: You can bring your purse/bag in, though be advised that some years heightened security may prohbit purses/bags.
Q: Where does the March route begin and end?
A: The March for Life starts at the Washington Monument and marches up Capitol Hill on Constitution Avenue toward the Capitol Building and ends at the Supreme Court.
Q: What time are Protestant Church Services on Sunday morning?
A: You can find a list of open churches in our DC Destination Guide! Be aware: many service schedules have been changed due to COVID. The churches listed in the guide have been open so far, but check before you go just to be sure.
Q: What time are Catholic masses on Saturday night and Sunday morning?
Q: How is Protect Life Michigan staying safe during this trip?
Q: How do I get around DC?
A: Taking a bus or metro is the cheapest way to go! Download our Metro Guide for instructions on how to use the metro and buses. You could also uber, but it's more expensive.
Bring earplugs in case a roommate is a snorer!
Pack snacks and water for MFL rally and march. You will get hungry!
Your cell phone service may not work at the March because of the large number of people.
Bring a portable phone charger/charge cord to the March. You'll most likely need your phone to get back to the hotel.
Use the buddy system! Always travel with another person in the group. It is easy to get separated during the march, so it’s a good idea to have a group meeting place at the end of the march. A common meeting place is the Supreme Court Building.