Interested in learning how our government works?
Consider a unique summer program in Madison and Washington.
The Washington Seminar, a 3-week summer course led and taught by UW Colleges faculty, provides an up-close and personal view of the workings of government, with access to congressional and executive leaders, lobbyists and other policy-influencers.
DEADLINE for online enrollment, Wednesday, Febuary 1, 2018
Airfare deposit (approximately $250) due March 1
Earn UW College Credit
Students from all majors are invited to take this hands-on course exploring areas such as the environment, energy, health, the economy, and social justice issues. Students will earn three UW Colleges credits which are easily transferable throughout the UW System.
- Course begins online May 21. Course meets face-to-face on May 29 and ends June 16, 2018
- Students meet and study in Madison May 30 – June 3 and travel to Washington, D.C., June 3 – June 16 for additional on-site learning. Online course resumes on June 17 and is concluded on July 11.
- Provided housing at UW-Madison and George Washington University
- Tuition and fees projected to be under $2,600 (depending on airfare costs and enrollment)
- Fees will include roundtrip airfare, lodging, most meals, Metro passes and two site trips
- Scholarships available