The Winter Study Program
(The program is on a temporary hiatus for January 2021, but will be back for academic year 2021-22)
During January, Williams students pursue a single subject on a pass/fail basis in a much more flexible and searching way than is usually possible within the traditional curriculum. Students can choose to take courses from the eclectic Winter Study curriculum, participate in organized short-term trips, and pursue collaborative or independent research, fieldwork and internships on- and off-campus.
To get a better sense of the program:
a video that was produced by Jamal Meneide ’19 and Joey Mullen ’19 as part of their Winter Study independent study project.
- Cassandra Cleghorn, Senior Lecturer in American Studies and English, has always embraced the experimental aspect of Winter Study.
This video highlights the innovative course, “Typewriters!”, that she taught in 2018.
- Here’s what some alums have to say about their Winter Study experiences…
- Take a look at some of the awesome pics and videos from Winter Study 2020!
Winter Study Co-Curricular Workshops
These are optional, not-for-credit workshops. More information about the workshops that were run during WS 2020 can be found here.