– The Collegiate Summer Programs are based on a recognition that there are human experiences of concern to all of us (the significance of freedom and justice, of suffering, joy, mortality, vocation, sacrifice, friendship, family). These are the subjects of the great works we discuss in the classroom, in an experience of learning, which, received with joy, can be transformative of us all.
– I liked the freedom that was given in the classes for students to discuss and even argue points. I had not experienced this in any other summer programs to date. I also liked the balance of class time, work, leisure time, and excursions.
– One of the things I loved most of all is how central the Faith is in your day. That is really special.