Are you looking for a unique approach to Higher Education? Here are three unique approaches presented at the June Higher Education Consultants Association Conference.
At St. John’s College, in Annapolis and Santa Fe, there are no majors. St. John’s College is a great books college. Students read and explore a common body of works with their classmates and teachers.
Champlain College students are career-minded. The school describes its curriculum as upside down. Students start taking classes in their major as freshmen and begin working at internships early.
Bard College at Simon’s Rock is a very small college for intellectually curious tenth and eleventh graders. These students are academically and socially ready for college before they graduate from high school.
Is one of these colleges right for you? What other unique approaches appeal to you?