Other Summer Programs
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Fir Acres Workshop in Writing and Thinking
First offered in 1989, the Fir Acres Workshop in Writing and Thinking is a two-week residential summer program for high school students who have completed grades 8 - 12.
Participants from across the U.S. and abroad engage in creative and critical writing, collaborative learning, and reading and writing across the disciplines. The workshop is affiliated with the Institute for Writing and Thinking at Bard College in New York.
Academic English Studies
The Academic English Studies (AES) program is the year-round English language program at Lewis & Clark College of Arts and Sciences. For information visit AES.
Overseas and Off-Campus Studies
Overseas and other off-campus programs form an integral part of the total educational experience at Lewis & Clark College. Enrollment in summer Lewis & Clark programs in Ecuador, Ghana, and other locations are open to visiting students on a space-available basis.
Overseas programs immerse students in a foreign culture so that they may become informed firsthand of the history, culture, and contemporary issues of the area; understand the way people of the host country view the rest of the world; and gain insights into their own culture by comparing and contrasting American institutions and values with those of the host country. Overseas programs also provide students with academic knowledge and experience related to specific fields of study not available on campus.
For more information, visit Overseas and Off-Campus Studies.
Lewis & Clark School of Law
For information about summer programs available at the Law School, visit the Law School website.
Lewis & Clark Graduate School of Education & Counseling
For information about summer programs available at the Graduate School, visit the Graduate School website.
Deutsche Sommerschule am Pazifik
The Deutsche Sommerschule am Pazifik is a five-week program offered by Portland State University. Students speak only German and live together with the faculty on the Lewis & Clark College campus. Courses in language, literature, culture, history, politics and performing arts are designed for undergraduates and graduate students. A two-week Teacher Training Seminar is offered to teachers of German at all levels. Prerequisite is two years of college-level German, or equivalent.