Photo Contest Winner David Florian and his classmates spent J-Term at Virginia's Eastern Shore studying science writing and coastal ecosystems.
Students in Methodologies and Materials in Drawing create artist's books of thematic drawings.
Using Moot Supreme Courts, students explore issues of copyrights and patents for numerous fields of engineering in STS 2160, Intellectual Property, Engineering & Society.
Virginia Government and Politics is an intense immersion into the political history and practices of Virginia government at the state and local levels and includes field trips to meet with political leaders.
Students in the Politics of Food learn about sustainable agricultural practices from Joel Salatin on a trip to Polyface Farm.

January Term 2015

More than 30 courses will be offered on topics that include Architecture, Art, Anthropology, Bio-Medical Ethics, Commerce, Drama, Engineering (STS), English, Environmental Sciences, Global Development Studies, History, Media Studies, Politics, Religious Studies, Slavic Languages and Literature, Sociology, Spanish, and Women, Gender, and Sexuality.

Study Abroad January Term 2015

Nine courses from which to choose including programs in Argentina, France, Germany, Hong Kong and Singapore, India, Italy, and St. Kitts and Nevis.

Janaury Term Abroad programs are managed by the International Studies Office.  Students are required to complete the online Education Abroad Workshop prior to application.

2015 Session Dates

On-Grounds January Term Courses January 2-3 and 5-10, 2015

Study Abroad January Term Dates vary by program 

Course registration opens on November 20 for 3rd- and 4th-year students, and November 21 for 1st-year, 2nd-year, and Visiting Students.

Visiting Students apply here!