2011 Student Symposium on Off-Campus Study
Twenty-six students from across the ACM gathered in Chicago on Friday and Saturday, April 15-16, to participate in the third annual ACM Student Symposium on Off-Campus Study.
Through individual presentations and panel discussions, they shared stories of adventure, challenges, insights, and inspiration from their experiences on off-campus study programs around the world.
The delegations from the campuses included faculty and administrators, who participated in the Symposium's discussion sessions.
See videos of the Symposium!
||Students, faculty, and administrators from ACM colleges gather with ACM Chicago Programs staff and ACM office staff at the 2011 Student Symposium on Off-Campus Study.
Off-campus study is a hallmark of liberal arts education at the 14 ACM colleges, and at many of the colleges a majority of students study off-campus at least once during their undergraduate careers. ACM has offered off-campus study programs for nearly 50 years and currently operates consortial programs in the U.S. and Africa, Asia, Europe, and Latin America.
To be eligible for the Symposium, students must be currently enrolled at an ACM college and must have returned from an off-campus study program, either domestic or international. The program can be sponsored by ACM, by a member college, or by another off-campus study provider. Students must be nominated by the Off-Campus Study Director at their college.