The Co-Curricular Learning Community is an experiential course which runs for the whole year and for which three credits are granted in the second semester. It allows students to explore peacebuilding concepts and practices as they relate to their experience living in a multi-faith, multi-cultural cohort. Students participate in MAP Gathering (a weekly 90-minute meeting), the Public Speaking workshops in the Fall, and lead or co-lead community activities such as Community Prayer, a cultural evening, on-campus worship, a presentation or discussion at a community organization, etc. There is no set curriculum for the weekly sessions of MAP Gathering, as they are intended to respond to the evolving needs of the cohort. Topics likely to be covered are: the Jewish High Holy Days, housing agreements, capstone planning, dialogue practice, group dynamics, and peacebuilding topics which do not neatly fit into other MAP courses.
This course is intended only for students in the MAP program.
If you are not enrolled in a degree program but wish to register for this course, use the Online Registration for Special Students and Auditors.