The CS-L and Pathway Program at Lawrence University welcomes exchange visitors from around the world for a year of study on our campus.* The program emphasizes developing core skills necessary for thriving at an American university, including academic English proficiency and cultural competency. Students take classes in English language and American culture as well as electives in Lawrence University academic disciplines.
- The CS-L Program is a one-year study abroad experience for students from Waseda University.
- The Pathway Program is a one-year university preparation program for students planning to pursue an undergraduate degree at Lawrence.*
Study at Lawrence University
Lawrence University is a liberal arts college with a conservatory of music that is located in Appleton, Wisconsin, a small city in the northeast part of Wisconsin. Ranked among the best of the nation's small, private colleges, Lawrence enrolls about 1,500 undergraduates from 49 states and from more than 45 other countries. Students at Lawrence are required to live on campus, creating a small, supportive community of learners. Class sizes are small, typically ranging from 10 - 40 students, and learning through class discussion is considered an important part of a Lawrence education.
For program details see: Lawrence University CS-L and Pathway Program registration info
For required and suggested classes see: Lawrence University CS-L and Pathway Program course list
*The CS-L and Pathway Program is currently open to Waseda and exchange visitors on J-Visas, US permanent residents, and US citizens.