OSST: Experience DC and Beyond

Office: 2nd Floor, Carnegie Building (202) 806-4029

The office of Undergraduate studies works to provide opportunities for students to engage in the community through a number of experiential learning opportunities. Rich in cultural, scientific, educational, and business resources, the Washington metropolitan area acts as a stimulus to the intellect, spirit, and soul.

Experience DC and Beyond …

Living in Washington, DC is quite a learning experience—and there are a number of students who are constantly involved in experiential learning opportunities.

Learning art history makes far more sense when you can spend the afternoon at a museum studying a Picasso or a Rembrandt, or carved artworks from Senegal or Benin. Writing a paper on an obscure but important biological topic is made so much easier when you can draw on freshly released research findings by scientists at the National Institute of Health in nearby Bethesda, Maryland. Enjoy your visit to our Nation’s Capital.

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Tell me and I’ll forget. Show me and I’ll remember. Involve me and I’ll understand. Unknown