Community Service-Learning

Prospective Students

How to Apply

If you would like to enroll in the Humanities Program, please fill out this online application form.  If you are having trouble accessing or filling out the form, contact Lisa Prins, Humanities Program Coordinator.

Frequently Asked Questions

What should students bring to the first day of class? 
Nothing. Supplies and material are provided to students on the first day of class. 

Are there homework and assignments?
Yes and No. Because Humanities is a non-credit course no grade (pass, fail, or letter grade) is given, there is no formal grading. However, we do have in-class assignments and exercises that learners are expected to try in the Humanities 101 course. These activities are always done during class time and any necessary materials will be provided. Learners are also encouraged to share their exercises and hand them in to instructors for feedback. Learners should also be prepared to participate in class discussions. Classes also typically include a final project that the class works together to complete and learners are expected to contribute to this capping project. We are also piloting a seminar series in Fall 2016 for previous HUM 101 participants. This course will include out of classroom work.

How long does the course run?
The Humanities Program typically runs for about 12 weeks. The class is offered once in the Fall and once in the Winter.