What is Off-Campus Programs?
Off-campus study provides a valuable opportunity to hone and extend the intellectual skills and capacity for civic and academic engagement associated with a Lawrence liberal arts education by placing students in educational settings that purposefully combine classroom and experiential learning. In such settings, students are challenged to apply and question what has been learned on the home campus and to evaluate alternate perspectives and ways of learning.
Off-campus study also provides a rich opportunity for personal growth as students gain independence and self-confidence through active engagement with social and cultural practices different than their own and/or through the experience of educational or research settings whose pedagogical approaches and curricular structures differ from those at Lawrence.
October 2020 Virtual Fair Schedule
Applications are now open for off-campus programs! If you are interested in studying off-campus during the 2021-2022 academic year, a semester, or during summer 2021, now is the time to apply! Not sure where to start? Check out our schedule of Virtual Fair options below to learn more about the program that interests you. Go to our Virtual Fair page to learn more and register for sessions.
|October 27 11:15-11:45 a.m. CDT||Coe College Wilderness Field Station|
12 p.m. CDT
|Newberry Research Seminar|
|October 29 11:30 a.m. - 12 p.m. CDT||Carleton: Buddhist Studies in India and Ecology and Anthropology in Tanzania|
|October 29 12-12:30 p.m. CDT||TeachChicago Urban Teaching Program|