The Odyssey Project provides a free, two-semester humanities course to its 30 students each week, as well as dinner and childcare when class is in session. In addition to earning English credits from UW–Madison, students gain the resiliency to face life’s obstacles.
You and a guest could join author and historian Jerry Apps for an unforgettable summer luncheon.
UW Advance includes English instruction, specialized lectures and seminars, cultural activities, field trips, and other opportunities to get acquainted with the University of Wisconsin–Madison.
Program choices range from discussions of travel-themed literature to foreign-language classes to a trek through Scotland’s castles and cathedrals.