An Albertus education is about pursuing the truth, applying what you learn to make a difference in the world, and sharing the fruits of your search for truth with others.
The Day gave students the chance to present what they accomplished in their curricular and co-curricular activities.
While attending Experiential Learning Day I was shocked to see the number of programs and activities available for interested students to get involved. By going to the first annual Experiential Learning Day I got a chance to talk with the student groups to see which ones fit me best. - Quiana Horry, Class of 2014.
Experiential learning is learning through the experience of “doing”.
Experiential Learning takes many forms, including internships and practicums, service learning projects (built into the curriculum or specific courses), scholarship or research in the sciences, arts, and humanities (conducted as an independent study, research, practicum, volunteer research assistantship, master’s thesis, capstone project at the undergraduate or graduate level, creative writing, performance, or art exhibit), and student-run groups and athletics.