As any adventurer knows, some of the best experiences are found off the beaten path. Austin College offers a variety of unusual opportunities, from the month-long Jan Term to a study abroad program in which many of our students participate. Interested in intensive language study? Check out the Jordan Family Language House. And for those of you bent on learning to lead, Austin College offers the Posey Leadership Institute, Model U.N., and many other opportunities. At Austin College, learning has no limits.
Promotes multidisciplinary inquiry of environmental issues and problems through education, research and outreach programs, designed to increase scientific knowledge, expand community awareness, and foster greater appreciation for the interdependence of humans and other species.
Promotes collaborative learning between students of the college and faculty members, with special emphasis on the historical, cultural, social, economic, and political issues facing Texas and Mexico.
Determines the student’s faculty mentor and serves as the instructor in Communication/Inquiry, a seminar course taken during the fall term of the freshman year. As a class, the students in each C/I section explore a particular topic of interest.
Center for Research, Experiential, Artistic & Transformative Education
CREATE helps administer opportunities for Undergraduate Research (UR) for students. There are several different programs to get involved with research via the classroom or independently, and students can choose from group or individual research projects.
Advances the mission of Austin College by encouraging the bold exploration of intellectual frontiers and by fostering lively intellectual dialogue within and across academic disciplines.
Gives aspiring student leaders extraordinary opportunities to train for lives of leadership and service.