Courses across various disciplines help create distinct experiences so all students have an opportunity to navigate the globe
Lafayette has added two new faces to its nation-leading list of Fulbright Grant recipients: Maria Bossert ’23 and Mackenzi Berner ’23.
Assante Program for Honors Research Travel supports and encourages students’ impactful global engagement
Through Alternative School Break (ASB), Lafayette students have traveled internationally to countries like Honduras, Hungary, and the Dominican Republic, and to at least 17 states as well as Washington, D.C., to alleviate hunger and homelessness, re-build homes, assist with clean water, and befriend orphaned children.
Ten years ago, the College took a group of students to Madagascar for what would ultimately become the Lafayette Initiative for Malagasy Education (LIME), a peer-to-peer mentoring program between Lafayette students and high school students from Madagascar that prepares the latter for the process of applying to U.S. colleges.
Max Kade Center for German Studies collaborates with teachers, scholars, and artists to create a forum in which students, faculty, and the public at large can gain a greater understanding of the histories, cultures, and political, economic, and social developments of German-speaking countries.