The structure for learning at Fairhaven College consists of close working relationships between teachers and students. In any given quarter students may select courses offered in Fairhaven College or across the university and/or design independent study projects in consultation with a faculty sponsor. An interdisciplinary core curriculum of coursework forms the student's liberal arts foundation which is enhanced by a choice of electives.
Fairhaven students may choose to complete Fairhaven's Interdisciplinary Concentration, Law, Diversity & Justice Concentration or Upside-Down Program as their major, they may pursue a major in another WWU department.
Thought provoking educational opportunities that support an informed and engaged global citizenry. more
CLDJ supports the work of students, faculty and community members on issues of Law, Diversity & Justice. more
Study identities and societies through issues of race/ ethnicity, social and cultural theory, social economic class, gender and sexual orientation. more
A five acre student-run site at the south end of Fairhaven College which teaches, develops and implements sustainable growing and land use methods. more
A $15,000 stipend awarded annually to each of 2 or 3 students to travel abroad, enriching their education with intellectual risk, challenge, and adventure. more
"My major focused on economics, public policy, and energy. I was keen to see how a state seizure of assets would affect one of the world's poorest countries..." [ > ]
2008 Adventure Learning Grant Recipient, Devin Malone