This program is designed to take students to Atlanta, GA. Students will spend a majority of the time visiting and learning about Historically Black Colleges Universities (HBCUs). The course also highlights Tribal, Hispanic-Serving, and Asian American and Native American Pacific Islander-Serving Institutions.
Students will be exposed to HBCU culture, history, and student affairs. The trip may include visits to—and guest lectures from faculty, staff, and administrators at—Spelman College, Morehouse College, Clark Atlanta University, or Morris Brown College. Students will be immersed in service learning experiences benefiting an HBCU or the Greater Atlanta community, and will be challenged to reflect on this experience in the context of student affairs and higher education.
This Program is designed to take graduate students in the College Student Affairs Leadership program as well as graduate students in the Adult & Higher Education program to the University of the West Indies (UWI) in Mona, Ja- maica. Students will spend a majority of the time at the University’s Mona campus and at least two other branches (Montego Bay and Kingston) in the 14-campus system, learning about international higher education, especially in a multi-country regional campus.
The trip will also include visits to Seaford Town Technical College and the College of Agriculture and Science Educa- tion. Students will be exposed to the Caribbean higher educational system, people and culture, economic climate, history, and the struggles of a developing country. Students will be immersed in service learning experiences bene- fiting a Jamaican educational institution, and will be challenged to reflect on this experience as well the trip as a whole.