Goddard College

Goddard learners work in a low residency format to self-direct their studies according to personal interests, gifts, and desires. They travel to the campus one week per semester and then study from anywhere, working one-on-one with their faculty advisors and taking imaginative and responsible action in the world. Learners are encouraged to question received knowledge and the status quo. As a collaborative learning community, differing perspectives are respected, included and appreciated as learners embrace uncertainty, experiment, and imagine unexpected outcomes. Recognizing the interconnectedness with others and with the earth, scholarship and action are held to high standards of integrity, authenticity, and compassion.

Vermont, USA

 

Students at Goddard work with faculty to direct their studies according to their personal and professional interests, goals, gifts, and desires. Students develop the capacity to understand their lives in an ever-changing social context, and thereby to take meaningful action in the world. They are encouraged to question received knowledge and the status quo and to create new understandings of the world and of human experience. As a collaborative interdependent learning community, differing perspectives are respected, included and appreciated.  Students are encouraged to embrace uncertainty, experiment, and imagine unexpected outcomes. Recognizing the interconnectedness with others and with the earth, scholarship and action are held to the highest standards of integrity, authenticity, and compassion

 

Address:

123 Pitkin Road Plainfield, Vermont 05667.

1-800-906-8312 X266
admissions@goddard.edu

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