Rising high school juniors and seniors are invited to earn college credit with Hillsdale faculty in an intensive two-week summer travel seminar on the origins and development of the American experiment of liberty under law. Course study begins on the Hillsdale College campus in southern Michigan and continues at the College's Allan P. Kirby, Jr. Center for Constitutional Studies and Citizenship in Washington, D.C. Interim destinations include the historic Pennsylvania cities of Philadelphia and Gettysburg, as well as excursions to Washington's Mount Vernon and Jefferson's Monticello. Featured faculty include Hillsdale President Larry P. Arnn, Director of the Kirby Center David Bobb, and the Kirby Center's Director of Academic Programs, Paul Moreno. A $2,290 course fee includes tuition fees for three academic credits, airport shuttles to and from Hillsdale, private bus and other land travel, housing, daily breakfasts and dinners, and all site fees. A $350 deposit is due at the time of acceptance.
A complete application is encouraged no later than April 1, 2013; however, applications will be accepted until the course is full.
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