Off Campus Study

Off Campus Study

"We shall not cease from exploration, and the end of all our exploring will be to arrive where we started and know the place for the first time." T.S. Eliot | Little Gidding

T.S. Eliot's words aptly describe the college's approach and commitment to off-campus study. Since the college believes students should put into practice the concepts and skills they are learning, we encourage students to participate in a variety of opportunities regionally, nationally, and internationally in order to deepen skills and refine ideas. From a term in Guatemala to a year of study with Eco League partner institution Alaska Pacific University to an apprenticeship with an indigenous artist in Arizona's desert, an internship with a nuclear disarmament program in California, or research on a turtle community off the coast of Florida, the college supports students as they explore other options and pursue new knowledge.


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