Reflection, awareness, and integration are the hallmarks of the Nazareth College undergraduate experiential learning requirement in the core curriculum. To integrate these out-of-the-classroom learning experiences, you will:
In addition to opportunities for active learning through academic courses and internships, you can pursue meaningful, real-world experience through multiple efforts at Nazareth College:
Provides nationally recognized, exemplary community service and meaningful outcomes.
Promotes global awareness, knowledge, and understanding with experiences around the world.
Fosters partnerships between you and Nazareth College educators, urban schools, and community-based organizations.
Supplies faculty and experts to help you launch businesses, create inventions, and solve problems.
Advocates scholarship and encourages strategies for living peacefully in a religiously diverse world.
Tutoring students in Rochester as a freshman was eye-opening and shifted her career plans, says Cassandra "Cassie" Matalavage '17. Taking the time to reflect on her experiences was key. Click for the full story.
Seven types of experiential learning meet the core requirement at Nazareth College:
Credit-bearing courses that satisfy the EL requirement are listed on Naznet with the "experiential learning" attribute.
Banner photo was taken by Kaitlin Isabelle '15 at the Cliffs of Moher while studying abroad in Ireland.