Transportation is made available to local services weekly.
BAPTIST: North East Baptist Church, Millerton (Sundays)
CONGREGATIONAL: Salisbury Congregational Church (Sundays); First Congregational Church (Sunday)
EPISCOPAL: Trinity Episcopal Church, Lime Rock (Sundays)
HINDU: Please speak with Dr. Larson
JEWISH: Hevreh of Southern Berkshire, Great Barrington. Information about High Holy Days will be posted separately on the Hillel bulletin board facing the Post Office. Students interested in these or in other Hillel activities are encouraged to speak with Dr. Larson.
MUSLIM: Please speak with Dr. Larson.
ORTHODOX: All Saints of America, Salisbury (Sundays)
PRESBYTERIAN: First Presbyterian Church, Millerton (Sundays)
ROMAN CATHOLIC: St. Mary's R.C. Church, Lakeville (Saturdays & Sundays)
In the Classroom
In the Classroom
Courses are offered throughout the curriculum to promote cultural understanding and personal growth.
Homeland vs. Promised Land: Global Migration in the Modern Era
Japan's Empire and Its Legacies
Race in American History
Religions of Asia
Thinking about a Changing China
Topics in Modern Africa
The Prep and Lower Mid year Human Development courses are required for all students, focusing on topics facing their generation and society at large.
HD 150 Prep Seminar connects the Prep class as a group and helps students navigate their way socially. Students discuss social challenges that affect the quality of community life, such as successful relationships, self-awareness, and living in an intercultural community.
HD 250 Lower Mid Seminar meets weekly to explore further topics of personal growth, identity, and development as members of an intercultural community.
SEED (Seeking Educational Equity and Diversity) -- Faculty members can be part of this monthly three-hour equity/inclusion seminar available (full-year commitment). The National SEED Project is a peer-led professional development program that creates conversational communities to drive personal, organizational, and societal change toward greater equity and diversity. Campus SEED leaders design their seminars to include personal reflection, testimony and listening to others' voices.