As part of The Arch, you will spend the summer after your sophomore year on campus separate from the rest of the student body, providing added opportunities to further develop relationships with one another and with staff and faculty members.
Living on campus as the only class not only allows you to build a stronger sense of community, it also enables you to grow personally and professionally. The required summer semester offers a slew of exclusive co-curricular activities such as student-faculty lunches, one-day pop-up courses, field trips, cultural events, recreational activities, and more! Additionally, the Center for Career and Professional Development (CCPD) offers customized workshops and programs to help rising juniors search for their away experience.
“The summer semester provides students with individualized attention from their advisers, professors, and the CCPD staff. These experiences help them learn beyond the classroom, enhance their career skills, and grow their professional networks; preparing them for greater success in life after college.”