Hands-on experiences supported by critical reflection that empower students to take control of their learning. 

Experiential learning (EL) can be incorporated into the classroom in various ways to help students gain a deeper understanding of the course material through practical applications. EL courses may also provide students with a unique opportunity to collaborate with faculty, their peers, and community partners to develop work-ready skills.

Examples of EL activities:

  • Academic Internships
  • Community Engaged Learning (CEL)
  • Research Opportunity Program (ROP)
  • Organization-Partnered Research
  • Field Experiences
  • Simulated Work Experiences
  • …and more!

For more information about possible EL activities within and outside of the classroom, please contact us.