Many of the courses offered in the St. Cloud State at Alnwick program count towards the Liberal Education Program (LEP/MnTC). St. Cloud State at Alnwick offers courses that change each semester based on the faculty members teaching in Alnwick. See what courses will be available in the upcoming semesters.
A short-term program can range anywhere from 1 week to 2 months and are usually offered Winter break, Spring break or Summer. These programs are great for non-traditional students, athletes and upper level students who would like to have a study abroad experience.
If you work in higher education and want to do a site visit to Alnwick or a community member looking for an opportuity to stay in the castle, here are some options that are currently being offered. Interested in how you can lead one? Send us an email and we can set up a conversation on how to make that work.
St Cloud State University is offering a Travelling Scholars Abroad program for community members to the historical St. Cloud State @ Alnwick site. More information found here. Want to be added to the inquiry list? Click here.
Learn more about the site for bringing a future group there or to help with advising students. This opporunity is for Faculty and Staff at any Higher Education insitution. To learn more, email Jake Kinning (firstname.lastname@example.org) or Dan Huwe (email@example.com).
There are a certain amount of classes offered at St. Cloud State at Alnwick. Once they are decided, you can meet with an Academic Advisor and determine which classes will fit best into your major, minor or general requirements.
You will meet with your Academic or Major Advisor and fill out an academic approval form. Once you have submitted the form online, the program manager will contact you about registration after pre-departure orientation.
Textbooks are course dependent. Your professor will notify you of required textbooks for your courses in Alnwick. Textbooks can be ordered and delivered to the Castle so you do not need to travel with your books.
The Liberal Education Program (LEP) is organized into ten goals. To complete the curriculum, students must achieve the ten goals through courses or experiences and earn at least 40 credits in liberal education courses.