Boston Excursion Trip
The Boston American Studies Excursion is full of valuable information supporting the Boston American Studies Excursions. The Boston American Studies Excursions site includes readings, resources and a photo gallery. Go to the Office of Student Life to pick up an application.
- American Studies Excursion/Boston Application - coming soon!
- Boston Excursion 2015 Flyer - coming soon!
The Austin Internship is held during the spring break week bi-annually for students interested in the legislative process and participating in democracy in action. Students spend a week working in Legislator and Senate offices learning processes in a hands-on meaningful way. Go to the Office of Student Life to pick up your application.
- Austin Internship Program Application - coming soon!
A one-day trip to historic Natchitoches Parish in Louisiana. You will revisit slavery and plantation life in the Deep South by visiting Melrose and Magnolia Cane River Plantations. You will also learn about a freed-slave name Marie Therese Coin-Coin Metoyer, and how this woman of color came to own a plantation with slaves in pre-Civil War Louisiana. A small fee for the trip is required at time of registration. All travel expenses will be covered including bus transportation, entrance fees, and two meals. For more information and to RSVP, please visit the Office of Student Life.