Every Hollins student must complete the equivalent of four Short Terms. Short Term takes place during the month of January. Most transfer students will come to Hollins having completed at least one Short Term. Please check your Transfer Credit Evaluation (TCE) to see how many Short Terms you still need to complete.
Transfer students have a number of options for satisfying their January Short Term requirements. They can:
- Participate in a Short Term seminar offered on campus. These seminars are generally designed to be experimental or experiential, allowing students to produce or experience something unique. At the end of Short Term, students can participate in a Short Term Extravaganza in which they display or talk about their work. Here are some examples of the seminars that will be offered this coming Short Term: Julie and Julia and Me: French Cooking and Food Culture for Everyone (View video»), A History of Shopping: Gender and Consumer Culture, Writing from Life, China's Environment
- Participate in a study travel program. Options for January 2014 include: The Caribbean Environment (Professors Godard firstname.lastname@example.org and Wilson email@example.com); Heroic Women During Nazi Germany (Professor Hassell firstname.lastname@example.org)
- Additional costs are associated with these study travel programs. Please contact the faculty sponsor if you are interested as space is limited and an application is required.
- Do an internship (please click on Career Center for more information about internships).
- Carry out an independent study.
Please click on the Slide Show to see examples of students’ Short Term experiences. Contact Trish Hammer, dean of academic services, at email@example.com with any questions.