Student Life: Current Students
Language and Culture Department
SIT Graduate Institute's Language and Culture Department (LCD) was established to ensure the World Learning commitment to create an environment rich in diversity of people and points of view, and to help build and maintain a diverse, interactive campus community - students, faculty, and staff. Language and Culture-Supported Groups
- Connections (Diversity Action Coalition)
- International Students of Academic Programs
- GLoBE (Gays, Lesbians, or Bisexuals Everywhere)
- The Interfaith Council
- The Alliance for Women and Gender Relations
- to all on-campus students seeking to enhance or develop language skills
- in a semester-long format in Spanish, French
- in intensive classes in French and Spanish during winter and summer breaks
- in other languages, depending on student need and instructor availability.
- in a guided self-instruction program format for students electing to work independently to learn less-commonly-taught languages.
- The Salaam/Shalom/Peace Program was created to foster communication and understanding among the peoples of the Muslim and Jewish communities, locally and elsewhere, with a week of intercultural presentations and language instruction in Arabic and Hebrew.
- Foreign Language Teaching Workshops assist those exploring the possibility of teaching a foreign language they already speak.
800.336.1616 (toll free in US)
802.258.3510 (outside the US)
PO Box 676, 1 Kipling Road
Brattleboro, VT 05302 USA