If you have a unique vision for your education and believe in collaborative learning, Johnston might be the place for you.
The Johnston educational experiment started in 1969 and is based in the notion that students should have ownership of their education. At Johnston, we honor the individual path and the collective process. That means that students, faculty, and staff learn from each other, and we learn best when we learn together.
In the sophomore year, each Johnston student maps out a plan that brings together classes from multiple departments, experiential learning, and cross cultural experiences to fulfill an educational vision.
This Graduation Contract includes:
What would you title your degree?
Here's what a few recent Johnston alums have done...
Food in Society (Sarah Bass)
Integrated Marketing and Sustainability (Malik Coburn)
Performing Arts and Expressive Therapies (Sam Corso)
Political Thought and Practice (Adam Gottlieb)
The Neuroscience of Oneirology (Simon Titone)
The Art of Storytelling (Christine Munroe)
Fashion in Business, Media, and Culture (Keyona Richey)
Creative Expression through Psychology and Humanities (Zac Zilz)
Applied Humanities: Living a Meaningful Life (Keziah Baltz)