JU Experiential Learning

Experiential Learning is a 3 credit hour graduation requirement that provides students with a first hand opportunity to “learn through experience” and further enhance their education. Beginning Fall 2013, all traditional students will be required to complete one Experiential Learning option in order to graduate. JU has defined four areas specific to Experiential Learning from which students may select in order to complete their graduation requirement.
  • Education Abroad & Away
  • Internship
  • Service Learning
  • Undergraduate Research

The goal of the Experiential Learning program is to better equip JU students for life after graduation. Successful individuals are those with the information, experience and the ability to apply their knowledge to real world problems. The program aims enhance JU student skills in:

  • Critical Thinking
  • Teamwork
  • Communication
  • Diversity
For more information about how to fulfill this requirement contact the following offices:

Office of Experiential Learning – Gooding 203
Education Abroad & Away –  Gooding 105
Career Development Center – Davis Student Commons 318
Undergraduate Research – Gooding 122