Collins Living-Learning Center invites advanced graduate students in the College of Arts and Sciences to submit course proposals. Collins courses are vetted by resident undergraduates who design a curriculum for their peers. These courses carry CASE Breadth of Inquiry Credit at the 100- and 200-levels. This is an excellent opportunity for advanced graduate students within the College of Arts and Sciences to gain teaching experience in a small class setting, exploring topics that might not fit departmental curricula.
Contact the Board of Educational Programming to request a personal consultation with student members by filling out this form: